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# CONTENT

No TOPIC Pages
1 Numbers to 100 000 2
Addition with the highest total of 100 000 8
Subtraction within the range of 100 000 13
Multiplication with highest product of 100 000 19
Division with highest dividend of 100 000 25
Mixed Operation 32
2 Fractions 39
3 Decimals numbers 51
4 Money to RM10 000 67
5 Time 79
MID YEAR EXAMINATION 95
6 Length 103
7 Mass 121
8 Volume of liquid 136
9 Shapes and space 149
10 Data Handling 166
END OF THE YEAR EXAMINATION 173
1.0 WHOLE NUMBERS
1
1.1 NUMBERS TO 100 000

1.1.1 Name and write numbers up to 100 000
No
Value in words
Value in
numerals
Ex Twenty thousand and two 20 002
1 Eighty seven thousand and fourty seven
2 Sixty one thousand and three hundred
3 Fifty seven thousand and fifty
4 Twenty nine thousand and six
5 Thirty four thousand and seven hundred
6
Ninety eight thousand four hundred and
seven
7 Thirteen thousand nine hundred and one
8 Twenty seven thousand and fourty two
9 Fourty eight thousand and three hundred
1.1.2 Write the name of numbers up to 100 000
No
Value Value in word
Ex 12 063 Twelve thousand and sixty three
1 54 006
2 35 098
3 20 906
4 93 063
5 60 543
6 40 652
7 86 530
8 72 055
1.1.3Extended notation of any numbers up to 100 000
2
No
Value Extended notation
Ex
62 061 60 000 + 2 000 + 60 + 1
1 14 002
2 75 093
3 20 904
4 53 065
5 60 545
6 70 656
7 16 530
8 32 055
9 42 002
1.1.4 Built the biggest and least four digits number from following
numbers
N
o
Questions
Four digits number Five digits number
Biggest
number
Least
number
Biggest
number
Least
number
E
x
3, 4,0,6,6 6643 3046 66430 30466
1 1 , 2, 1, 3,8
2 0 , 2 ,4, 0,5
3 3 ,1, 6, 7,0
4 0, 0 , 1 ,4 ,4
5 3 ,5, 2, 9, 0
6 2 ,2 ,3, 1,7,0
7 2 ,6, 6, 7,3,2
8 6, 2, 5, 7,1 ,3
1.1.5 State the places value and digit value for numeral ‘4’ .
3
No Questions Place Value Digit value
Ex 23 450 hundreds 400
1 45 789
2 83 409
3 37 004
4 30 643
5 98 123
6 45 093
7 47 987
8 84 507
9 76 545
1.1.6 Complete the count on a number line
N
o
Question : Find the value of P Answer
Ex 11 100 11 900 P 13 500
14 300
Different :
800
P = 12 700

1
20 700 P 21 900 22 500 23
100
2 31 100 32 100 33100 P 35
100
3 41 100 41 800 P 43 200 43
900
4 P 51 900 53 900 55 900 57
900
1.1.8 Complete the count on a sequence number
4
Ex 12 200 , 13 200 , 14 200, _________, 16 200
Different : 1
000
___ = 15 200
1 20 400 , 20 900 , _______ , 21 900 , 22 400 ,
2 27 300 , 27 700 , 28 100 , ________ , 28 500
3 33 100 , 35 100 , 37 100 , ________, 41 100
4 42 400 , 45 400 , 48 400 , 51 400 , ________
1.1.9 Round off the numbers below to the nearest tens, hundred and
thousand.
N
o
Questio
ns
Nearest tens
Nearest
hundred
Nearest thousand
Ex 23 451 23 450 23 500 23 000
1 45 389
2 96 409
3 39 004
4 30 643
5 98 123
6 45 093
7 35 942
8 25 974
5
PAPER 1 OF NUMBER TO 100 000 :
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
Rounding off 43 567 to the
nearest thousand ?
43 567 ஐ கடடய ஆயரததறக
மாறறக.
A 43 000 B 43 500
C 43 600 D 44 000
What is the extended notation for
36 045 ?
36045 ஐ பரதத எழதக
A 36000 + 45
B 30 000 + 6000 + 45
C 36 000 + 40 + 5
D 30 000 + 6000 + 40 + 5
Figure 1 shown a number card.
படம 1 ல எண அடைட
தரபபடடளளத.
Figure 1
What is digit value for numeral ‘6’
‘6’ எனம இடமதபப எனன ?
A 60 000 B 6 000
C 600 D 6
The figure 2 shown the four
number. What is the right of
ascending order of that number?
எண அடைட எணகைள ஏற
வரைசயல எழதக.
A.32 573 , 23 375 , 33 257 , 35
732
B23 375 , 32 573 , 33 257 , 35 7
5.
6.
7.
C.35 732 , 33 257 , 32 573 ,23
375
D.32 572 , 35 732 , 23 375 ,33
257
Figure 3 show a number line.
படம 3 ல எணோகாட
தரபபடடளளத
What is P ?
P எனம வைட எனன ?
A 32 000 B 26 000
C 20 000 D 14 000
Which of the following is the
biggest number?
எநத வைட மகப ெபரய எண
A 24 206 B 22 406
C 26 024 D 24 620
Which of the following number
is true when the number was
rounding of to nearest hundred
is 65 700?
எநத எணைண கடடய நறகக
மாறறனால 65700 கைடககம?
A 64 790
B 65 645
C 65 654
D 65 794
6
56 987
32 573 23 375
33 257 35 732
38000
P
44000
PAPER 2 :NUMBER TO 100 000
1.
1
M
Write in word the number below
?
5.
1
M
What is the place value for ‘7 ’
in number below
5 7 9 8 4
2.
1
M
Write in numeral 6.
1
M
Write in numeral
3.
1
M
Rounding off 52 865 to the
nearest hundreds ?
7.
1
M
Rounding off 38 024 to the
nearest tens ?
4. What is digit value for the
under line number ?
8. What is digit value for the bold
number ?
7
45 090
Twenty thousands and
four hundred
7 8 9 0 4
Thirty one thousands and seven
2 4 9 8 7
1
M
1
M
1.2 ADDITION WITH THE HIGHEST TOTAL OF 100 000
1.2.1 Add any two numbers to 100 000 ( Solves it using vertical form)
Ex. 67 345 + 5
637 =
1. 71 654 + 2 538
=
2. 72 388 + 23
456 =
3. 87654 + 729 = 4. 7 685 + 23 718
=
5. 15 965 + 36
028 =
6. 568 + 12
386=
7. 56 123 + 39
282 =
8. 8765 + 12 243
=
9. 45 786 + 643 = 10. 23 765 + 3 098
=
11. 53 456 + 29
752 =
8
6 7 3 4 5
+ 5 6 3 7
7 2 9 8 2
1 1
1.2.2 Add three or four numbers to 100 000 : Solves it using vertical
form.
Ex 2345 + 637 + 24 908 = 1. 7654 + 238 + 24 678 =
2. 87654 + 2729 + 987 = 3. 765 + 23 718 + 8 765 +
89 =
4. 568 + 12 386 + 8 765 +
98 =
5. 76123 + 9282 + 89 + 287
=
1. 2.3Problem Solving :
9
2 3 4 5
6 3 7
2 4 9 0 8 +
2 7 8 9 0

2 1
Ex . There are 13 560 men . A number of
women are
4 389 more than a number of men.
What is a
number of women ?

Men - 13 560
Women 13 560
+ 4 389
17 949

1. The diagram shows the number of
animals in
farm X .

What is the total animals in farm X ?

2. The diagram shows the numbers of worker
in OSX
Factory
What is the total number of workers in OSX
Factory ?
3. The table shows the number of stamps
were
collected by two pupils

Pupils Number of
stamps
Fahmi 26 874
Razak 5 916

How many stamps did they collect
altogether

PAPER 1 : ADDITION WITH THE HIGHEST TOTAL OF 100 000
10
OSX
Factory
Men : 11 654
Women : 8953
291 Goats
12 986 Cows
1
2.
3.
4.
46 576 + 4 769 + 897 =
A 51 242 B 52 142
C 52 232 D 52 242
28 402 + 7643 =
What is the extended rotation
for
A 36000 + 45
B 30 000 + 6000 + 45
C 36 000 + 40 + 5
D 30 000 + 6000 + 40 + 5
Diagram 1 shown the a
number card.
Diagram 1
Add that number with 5 387 ?
A 62 374 B 62 364
C 62 274 D 61 374
The diagram 2 shown the three
number.
What is the sums of all the
number ?
A 35 905 B 36 805
C 36 895 D 36 905
5.
6.
7.
8
Figure 3 show a number line.
FIGURE 3
Add P with 7 650 ?
A 55 250 B 57 250
C 59 250 D 61 250
Which of the following is the
biggest solving ?
A 20 246 + 9000
B 22 406 + 8000
C 26 024 + 4000
D 24 620 + 6000
67 345 + 9 877 =
Rounding of the answer to the
nearest hundred ?
A 77 000
B 77 200
C 77 222
D 77 300
67 376 + = 90 800
What is the missing number in
the box ?
A 23 424 B 23 576
C 157176 D 158 176
PAPER 2 FOR ADDITION WITH THE HIGHEST TOTAL OF 100 000
1. 76 459 + 4 376 = 5. There are 23 500 black beads
and
11
56 987
857
32 073
47600
0
45 600 P
3 975
1
M
2
M
8 976 white beads in a box.
How many beads are there in
the box?
2.
1
M
Add 46 765 with 7 653 ? 6.
2
M
There are 13 042 cows and 4
987 goats in a farm. How many
animals in the farm altogether?
3.
1
M
987 + 76 387 = 7.
2
M
Ali has 20 579 stamps. Malim
has 675 stamps more than Ali.
How many stamps does Malim
have ?
4.
1
M
The diagram shows a card
number.
Add that number with 5 086
8.
2
M
The table shows a number of
biscuits make by two people.
Rina 13 987
Shani 3 876
How many biscuits do they
make altogether.
1.3.0 SUBTRACTION WITHIN THE RANGE OF 100 000
1.3.1 Subraction : Solve it in vertical form
12
7 8 9 0 4
Ex. 12345 ― 637
=
1. 57654 ― 5
238 =
2. 77 823 ― 4 856
=
3. 87 654 ― 2 729
=
4. 76 523 ― 718 = 5. 15 965 ― 6 028 =
6. 56 812 ― 3
86=
7. 76 120 ― 9
282 =
8. 87 657 ― 12 243
=
9. 23 456 — 4 917
=
10. 43 876 — 19
478 =
11. 13 280 — 5 552
=
1.3.2 Subraction : Solve it in vertical form ( 0 - x) /( 00 - x) / ( 000 – x)
13
1 2 3 4 5
6 3 7 –
1 1 7 0 8
1 1
1 3
Ex 12 005 ― 637
=
1. 57 605 ― 5
238 =
2. 74 023 ― 4 856
=
3. 87 504 ― 2 729
=
4. 73 023 ― 5 718
=
5. 15 005 ― 6 628 =
6. 50 052 ― 386= 7. 73 003 ― 9
282 =
8. 87 002 ― 12 243
=
9. 40 004 — 9 376
=
10. 30 001 — 9
832 =
11. 50 004 — 2 787
=
1.3.3 Subtraction : Solve in vertical form.
14
1 2 0 0 5
6 3 7 –
1 1 3 6 8
1
1 9 9
Ex. 25 345 — 637 — 14 909
=
1. 72 054 — 238 — 24 678 =
2. 87 654 — 2 729 — 987 = 3. 70 465 — 67 918 — 765 =
4. 56 008 — 12 386 — 8
765 =
5. 76123 — 9282 — 89 =
1.3.4 Problem solving
15
2 5 3 4 5
6 3 7 –
2 4 7 0 8

1 1
4 3
2 4 7 0 8
1 4 9 0 9 –
9 7 9 9

1
1 3 6 9
1 1
Ex. A total of 14 350 pupils in District X .
8799 of
them are boys . How many of them
are girls?

1 4 3 5 0
— 8 7 9 9
5 5 5 1
1. Table 1 shows a number of animals in two
different
zoo .
Zoo A number of animals
KL 23 002
Melaka 11 287
TABLE 1

What is the different number of animals
found
between Kl Zoo and Melaka Zoo ?
2. Diagram 1 shows a number of Azi’s stamps.
Milah has 7 237 less than Azi . How many
stamps
does Milah have ?

3. Diagram 2 shows a number of marbles in a
box .
Siti gave 6 557 marbles to Yem. How
many Siti ‘s
marbles left ?

16
64 876
14 365 marbles
PAPER 1 : SUBTRACTION WITHIN THE RANGE OF 100 000
1
2.
3.
4.
40 000 — 4 567 =
A 35 433 B 35 543
C 36 567 D 44 567
53 696 — 7643 =
What is the extended notation
for
A 46000 + 53
B 40 000 + 6000 + 53
C 46 000 + 50 + 3
D 40 000 + 6000 + 50 + 3
Diagram 1 shown the number in
a card.
Diagram 1
Take away 8 932 from that
number?
A 48 032 B 47 968
C 54 832 D 55 832
The diagram 2 shown the two
number.
DIAGRAM 2
What is the difference between
the two number.
A 36 048 B 35 948
C 29 098 D 28 098
5.
6.
7.
8
Diagram 3 show a number line.
DIAGRAM 3
Subtract P with 7 970
A 41 700 B 40 700
C 33 130 D 32 730
Which of the following is the
biggest solving ?
A 20 246 — 9000
B 22 406 — 8000
C 26 024 — 4000
D 24 620 — 6000
67 345 — 9 677 =
Rounding of the answer to the
nearest hundred ?
A 57 000
B 57 600
C 57 668
D 57 700
— 67 376 = 5 800
What is suitable number in the
box?
A 73 176 B 72 176
C 62 576 D 61 576
PAPER 2 : SUBTRACTION WITHIN THE RANGE OF 100 000
1. 76 459 — 4 376 = 5. There are 23 500 black beads
17
56 900
32 073 3 975
42300
0
41 900
P
1
M
2
M
and
8 976 white beads in a box.
What is the difference number
between the coloured beads ?
2.
1
M
Take away 6 765 from 33
853 ?
6.
2
M
There are 20 800 animals in the
farm. 13 042 of them are cows .
The other are goats . How
many goats are there in the
farm ?
3.
1
M
The difference between 87 654
and 9 876 is
7.
2
M
Ali has 20 579 stamps. Malim
has 675 stamps less than Ali.
How many stamps does Malim
have ?
4.
1
M
The diagram 1 shows a number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
Subtract 7 658 from that
number?
8.
2
M
The table shows a number of
biscuits make by Rina.
Pupil
s
A number of
biscuits
Rina 13 987
She gave 993 biscuits to her
brothers. How many biscuits
are left?
1.4.0 MULTIPLICATION
1.4.1 Multiplication : Solve it in the vertical form/ lattice
18
7 8 9 0 4
Ex 2 345 × 7 =
a) Vertical form
b) Lattice
1. 7 054 × 3 = 2. 7 823 × 6 =
3 8 054 × 9 = 4. 1 765 × 2 = 5. 5 609 × 7 =
6. 5 068 × 4 = 7. 1 612 × 5 = 8. 1 705 × 8
=
1.4.2 Multiplication : Solve it in the vertical form/ lattice
19
3 4 5
x 7
1 6 4 1 5
3 3 2
2 3 4 5
7
3
5
2
8
2
1
1
4
1
5 1 4 6
1
Ex. 345 × 47 = 1. 754 × 28 = 2. 803 × 63 =
3. 805 × 91 = 4. 176 × 29 = 5. 1 609 × 56 =
6. 1 506 × 42 = 7. 4 612 × 16 = 8. 2 075 × 34
=
1.4.3 Multiplication : Solve it using vertical form .
20
3 4 5
x 4 7
2 4 1 5
1 3 8 0 0 +
3 3
1 2
1 6 2 1 5
Ex. 2 345 × 10 = Ex. 5 06 × 100
=
Ex 65 × 1000 =
1. 8 054 × 10 = 1. 765 × 100
=
1. 94 × 1000 =
2. 7 054 × 10 = 2. 602 × 100 = 2. 75 × 1000
=
3. 5 609 × 10 = 3. 458 × 100 = 3. 93 × 1000 =
4. 7 823 × 10 = 4. 870 × 100 = 4. 18 × 1000 =
1.4.4 Problem solving
21
3 4 5
x 1 0
2 3 4 5 0
5 0 6
x 1 0 0
5 0 6 0 0
6 5
x 1 0 0 0
6 5 0 0 0
Soalan Penyelesaian
A box contain 3 260 small marbles . Calculate the
total amount of small marbels contain in the 8
boxes of the same size ?

3 2 6 0
× 8
26 0 8 0
2. A diagram below shows a number of oranges in
a box.

Calculate the total of oranges found in the 20
similar
boxes ?
3. A diagram below shows a number of
chocolates found in
a packet .
Calculate the total amount of chocolates in
100 similar
packets?
4. A carton hold 24 tins of drinking water. How
many
tins of drinking water can 120 cartons hold ?
5. There are 12 fishballs in a bowl. How many
fishballs
are there in 206 bowls ?
22
630 oranges
24 chocolates
4 2
PAPER 1 : MULTIPLICATION WITH THE HIGHEST PRODUCT OF 100 000
1
2.
3.
4.
2 006 × 18 =
A 38 088 B 37 988
C 36 108 D 36 008
8 695 × 3 =
What is the extended rotation
for
A 26000 + 85
B 20 000 + 6000 + 85
C 26 000 + 80 + 5
D 20 000 + 6000 + 80 + 5
Diagram 1 shown the a number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
Find the product of that number
times 24.
A 12 068 B 12 168
C 12 308 D 12 408
A container can hold 300 to 350
marbles. Siti wants to fill 7
similar containers with marbles.
What is the most appropriate
estimation for the total number
of marbles Siti needs ?
A 2 000
B 2 300
C 2 500
D 3 000
5.
6.
7.
8
Diagram 2 show a number line.
DIAGRAM 2
What is the product P times 7
?
A 36 400 B 38 500
C 40 600 D 42 700
Which of the following is the
biggest solving ?
A 20 46 × 2
B 12 06 × 4
C 26 04 × 2
D 14 60 × 3
605 × 32 =
Rounding of the answer to the
nearest hundred ?
A 19 300
B 19 350
C 19 360
D 19 400
× 4 = 92 080
What is the missing number in
the box ?
A 23 200 B 23 020
C 2 320 D 2 302
PAPER 2 : MULTIPLICATION WITH THE HIGHEST PRODUCT OF 100 000
1. 30 409 × 3 = = 5. There are 7 500 marbles in a
23
507
4900 4600 P
1
M
2
M
box. How many marbles are
there in 9
Boxes ?
2.
1
M
Multiply 4 065 with 4 ? 6.
2
M
A factory produces 157 chairs
in a day. How many chairs will
the factory produce in 23 days?
3.
1
M
What is the product 7 030 times
4 ?
7.
2
M
There are 100 fishballs in a
packet. How many fishballs in
345 packet?
4.
1
M
Diagram 1 shows a number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
Multiply that number with 7 ?
8.
2
M
The table shows a number of
biscuits in a packets
Biscuit The number
per packet
Apple
Tart
12
How many biscuits are there in
2412 packets ?
1.5.0 DIVISION
5.1 Division : Solve it by using long division method.
24
7 9 0 4
Ex. 2 344 ÷ 8 =
2 9 3
8 2 3 4 4
-1 6
7 4
- 7 2
2 4
- 2 4
1. 7 656 ÷ 7 = 2. 7 836 ÷ 6 =
3. 8 721 ÷ 9 = 4. 1 656 ÷ 7 = 5. 7 432 ÷ 4 =
6. 5 064 ÷ 3 = 7. 7 120 ÷ 8 = 8. 8 735 ÷ 5 =
1.5.2 Division : Solve it by using long division method.
25
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
Ex 12 348 ÷ 7 =
1 7 6 4
7 1 2 3 4 8
-7
5 3
-4 9
4 4
-4 2
2 8
- 2 8
1. 27 656 ÷ 8 = 2. 37 836 ÷ 6 =
3. 80 721 ÷ 9 = 4. 17 656 ÷ 7 = 5. 71 432 ÷ 4 =
6. 50 664 ÷ 3
=
7. 76 120 ÷ 8 = 8. 28 735 ÷ 5 =
1.5.3 Division : Solve it by using long division method.
26
7
14
21
28
35
42
49
56
63
Ex. 12 342 ÷ 17
=
7 2 6
17 1 2 3 4 2
- 1 1 9
4 4
- 3 4
1 0 2
- 1 0 2
1. 27 656 ÷ 28 = 2. 37 836 ÷ 36 =
3. 80 721 ÷ 49 = 4. 17 656 ÷ 57 = 5. 71 424 ÷ 64 =
6. 50 662 ÷ 73
=
7. 76 120 ÷ 88 = 8. 28 690 ÷ 95 =
1.5.4 Division : Solve it by quick solving
27
17
34
51
68
85
102
119
136
153
Ex. 2 347 ÷ 10
=
2 3 1 7
1 0

231 remainder 7
Ex . 27 657 ÷ 100
=
2 7 6 5 6
1 0 0
276 remainder 56
Ex 37 006 ÷ 1000 =
3 7 0 0 6
1 0 0 0
37 remainder 6
1. 80 721 ÷ 10 = 1. 7 600 ÷ 100 = 1. 71 432 ÷ 1000 =
2. 50 664 ÷ 10 = 2. 76 126 ÷ 100 = 2. 8 000 ÷ 1000 =
3. 47690 ÷ 10 = 3. 34 500 ÷ 100 = 3. 46 000 ÷ 1000 =
1.5.5 Problem solving
28
Quotient
Remainder
Quotient Remainder
Quotient Remainder
Ex 14 352 participants are divided equally
among
groups . How many participants are there in
each group ?

1 7 9 4
1 4 3 5 2
- 8
6 3
-5 6
7 5
- 7 2
3 2
-3 2
A total of 15 800 participants are placed equally
in 100 camps . How many participants are there
in a camp?
A totals of 14 064 mangosteens been packed
equally in 24 boxes big boxes. How many
mangosteens are there in a box ?
A total of 52 176 goats been rared equally in 3
different farms P,Q and R. How many goats are
there in farm P ?

PAPER 1 : DIVISION WITH THE HIGHEST DIVIDEND OF 10 000
1 90 774 ÷ 18 =
A 543 B 5043
C 5403 D 5430
5. Diagram 3 shows a number
line.
29
40900
0
40 600 P
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
2.
3.
4.
4 641 ÷ 3 =
What is the extended rotation
for
A 1500 + 47
B 1000 + 500 + 47
C 1500 + 40 + 7
D 1000 + 500 + 40 + 7
Diagram 1 shown the number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
Divide that number with 4 .
What is the remainder ?
A 1 B 2
C 3 D 13
Diagram 2 shown the two
number card.
P Q
DIAGRAM 2

What is the dividend when P ÷
Q ?
A 49 B 409
C 4009 D 4 090
6.
7.
8
DIAGRAM 3

Divide P with 100 ?
A 412 B 415
C 418 D 421
Which of the following is the
least solving ?
A 2 046 ÷ 2
B 1 208 ÷ 4
C 2 604 ÷ 2
D 1 560 ÷ 3
60 548 ÷ 2 =
Rounding of the answer to the
nearest hundred ?
A 30 200
B 30 270
C 30 274
D 30 300
÷ 4 = 9 080
What is the missing number in
the box ?
A 3632 B 36 032
C 36 320 D 360 320
PAPER 2 : DIVISION WITH THE HIGHEST DIVIDEND OF 10 000
1. 30 309 ÷ 3 = = 5. There are 7 500 marbles in 5
boxes. How many marbles are
there in each box ?
30
45 007
32 072 8
1
M
2
M
2.
1
M
Divide 4 060 with 4 ? 6.
2
M
A factory produces 7 553 chairs
in 7 days. How many chairs
,the factory produces in each
day ?
3.
1
M
What is the remainder when
7 030 divide by 4 ?
7.
2
M
There are 3450 fishballs in 6
packets. How many fishballs in
each packet?
4.
1
M
Diagram 1 shows a number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
Divide that number by 7 ?
8.
2
M
The table shows a number of
biscuits
Biscu
it
A number of
biscuits
Tart 12 456
The biscuits are shared equally
within Nor, Nora dan Norah.
How many biscuits does Nor
get ?
1.6.0 MIXED NUMBERS
1.6.1 Mixed operation +,- :Solve it using vertical form.
31
7 9 0 3
Ex. 45 + 37 — 74
=
4 5
+ 3 7
8 2
— 7 4
8
1. 54 + 38 — 90
=
2 87 + 54 — 93
=
3 84 — 79 + 29
=
4. 76 — 54 +
38 =
5. 37 + 54 — 83 =
6. 58 + 86 — 74
=
7. 76 — 45 +
82 =
8 44 — 31 + 69 =
1.6.2 Mixed operation - + : Solves it using vertical form.
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1
1
7
Ex. 345 ―237 + 876
=
3 4 5
- 2 3 7
1 0 8
+ 8 7 6
9 8 4
1. 654 ― 238 + 976
=
2. 777 + 111 —
699 =
3. 874 + 235 ― 729
=
4. 523 +459 ―
718 =
5. 654 — 597 +
153 =
6. 812 ― 386 +
234 =
7. 123 + 978 ―
928 =
8. 254 — 169 +
543=
1.6.3 Mixed operation - + :Solve it using vertical form
33
1
1
3
1. 3 745 ― 2 237 + 1 876
=
3 7 4 5
— 2 2 3 7
1 5 0 8
+ 1 8 7 6
3 3 8 4
2. 6 054 ― 2 938 + 9
706 =
3. 8 174 + 3 235 ― 9 729
=
4. 5 123 + 4 509 ― 7 183
=
5. 8 128 ― 3 869 + 2 034 = 6. 1239 + 9780 ― 9280
=
1.6.4 Problem solving .
Soalan Penyelesaian
34
1
3
1 1
1. There are 3560 boy participants. The
girls participants are 389 less than the boys
participants. Calculate the total amount of
participants were taking part in the
competition ?
Boys : 3 560
Girls : 3 5 6 0
- 3 8 9
3 1 7 1
The total of participant
3 5 6 0
3 1 7 1 +
6 7 3 1

2. Amin has 3450 stamps. Ben has 750
stamps less than Amin. Calculate the total
number of stamps both of them have ?

3.
The enrolments of SKP is 230 less than
SKM .
How many pupils are there in SKP ?
4. Kampung X has 13 567 men and 12
900 women . 18 000 of them are adults and
the other are the children. How many
children are there in kampong
X ?
35
SK
M
Boys : 1345 orang
Girls : 1 360 orang
5. The enrolment of boys in a school are
799 . The enrolment of girls are 80 pupils
less than the boys. Find out the total
enrolmentof the school?
6. Diagram below shown the number of
animals in a farm.

The total number of buffaloes are 1800
less than the total amount of cows and
goats. How many buffaloes are there ?

7. Diagram below shows the number of
stamp Azi
has
Milah has 237 stamps less than Azi. How
many stamps both of them have ?

8. Diagram below shown Dali marbles in
the box
He gave 257 marbles to Yem and 89
marbles to
Zam. How many marbles left with him ?
PAPER 1 : MIX NUMBER UP TO 100 000
36
2134
cows
7
634
goats
1387
stamps
1190 marbles
1
2.
3.
4.
40 000 — 5 554 + 987
=
A 35 433 B 35 543
C 36 567 D 44 567
52 772 — 7643 + 924
=
What is the extended
notation for
A 46000 + 53
B 40 000 + 6000 + 53
C 46 000 + 50 + 3
D 40 000 + 6000 + 50 + 3
Diagram 1 shown the addition
number card.
DIAGRAM 1
Take away 8 932 from that
number?
A 48 032 B 47 968
C 54 832 D 55 832
Diagram 2 shows a number of
beads in a box ?
Lina used 890 of them . Her
mother added 1750 another
beads into the box. How many
beads did she have in the
box ?
A 2 360 B 3 360
C 3 440 D 3 540
5.
6.
7.
8
Table 1 shows the numbers of
adults in town X
n
A number of
pupils
22 245 20 432
TABLE 1
The total number of pupils in
town X is 80 000. How many
childrens in town X ?
A 38 677 B 38 433
C 37 323 D 37 322
Which of the following is the
biggest solving ?
A 20 000 + 2460 — 1000
B 20 000 + 2 406 — 3000
C 20 000 + 6 024 — 4000
D 20 000 + 4 620 — 2000
60 000 + 7 345 — 9 677 =
Rounding of the answer to the
nearest hundred ?
A 57 000
B 57 600
C 57 668
D 57 700
— 67 376 = 5 000 +
800
What is the missing number in
the box?
A 73 176 B 72 176
C 62 576 D 61 576
PAPER 2 : MIX OPERATION
37
56 000 + 900
1.
2
M
6 459 — 4 376 + 924 = 5.
3
M
There are 2 350 black beads
and
8 976 white beads in a box. Lily
takes away 1 000 beads from
the box. How many beads are
left ?
2.
2
M
Take away 6 765 from 8 853
and 675 ?
6.
3
M
There are 5 800 animals in the
farm. 3 042 are cows , 1 090
are bulls and the remain are
kids . How many kids are there
in the farm?
3.
2
M
The difference between 7 654
with addition 9 876 and 8 765
is
7.
3
M
Ali has 3 579 stamps. Malim
has 675 stamps less than Ali.
How many stamps do they
have altogether?
4.
2
M
Diagram 1 shows a addition
number on a card.
DIAGRAM 1
Subtract 7 658 from that
8.
3
M
The table shows a number of
biscuits made by Rina and
Sassy.
Pupil
s
A number of
biscuits
Rina 987
Sass
y
250
They gave 350 biscuits from
the total , to Gayah. How many
biscuits are left?
2.0 FRACTIONS
38
8 000 + 904
2.1 Name and write proper fraction with denominator up to 10
2.1.1 State the fraction of the shaded area. ( equal part )
Ex
Shaded part : 1
Total Part : 4
Fraction :
1.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
2.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
3.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
4.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
5.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :

6.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :

7.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
8.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
9.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
10.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
11.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
39
2.1 Name and write proper fraction with denominator up to 10
2.1.2 What is the fraction of ‘A’ from the total of alphabet
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Question Count of A
The total of
alphabet
Fraction of A
E
x
R A S 1 3
1 A W A N O
2 B U A N G A N
3 K A W A N K U
4 A L A M A
2.1.3 What is the fraction of numeral ‘3 ’ from the total of numeral .
N
o
Question Count of ‘3’
The total of
numeral
The fraction of
‘3’
1 3 1 3 2 3
2 4 5 3 1 5
3 9 3 1 5
4 3 5 7 8 1 6
40
5 8 1 3 6 7 1
6 3 3 3 3 3 5
7 3 3 1 1 4 5 1
2.2 Compare the value of two proper fraction.
N
o
Question Fraction
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
( √ ) the biggest fraction dan ( X) the least fraction
1 and 9 and
2 and 10 and
3 and 11 and
4 and 12 and
5 and 13 and
41
6 and 14 and
7 and 15 and
8 and 16 and
2.3 Equivalent fractions : Write down two equivalent fractions
No Fraction
s
Two equivalent fractions
Ex 1. = 2. =
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2.4 Simplest Form : Express equivalent fractions to its simplest form.
So Equivalen
t
fractions
Simplest
form
So Equivalent
fractions
Simplest form
Ex = 9
1 10
2 11
3 12
4 13
5 14
6 15
42
7 16
8 17
2.5 State fraction of the whole diagram is shaded . ( Simplest form)
Ex.
Shaded part : 4
Total Part : 16
Fraction :
Simplest Form:
=
1
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :

Simplest Form :
2.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :

Simplest Form :
3.
____
Total Part :
____
Fraction :
Simplest Form :
2.6 Complete the count on a number line
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Question : Find the value of P Answer
Ex
P
Difference =
P = = 1
1
P 1
2
P 1
43
2.7 Adding of fraction : Similar denominator.
Bil Soalan Jawapan Bil Soalan Jawapan
Ex
1
+
= 1
Ex3 + = =
Ex
2
+
1
+
9
+
2
+
10
+
3
+
11
+
4
+
12
+
5
+
13
+
6
+
14
+
7
+
15
+
8
+
16
+
2.8 Adding of fraction : different denominator ( one of them can be
multiply)
1 +
+ = +
2
+
3
+
4
+
5
+
6
+
7
+
2.9 Adding of fraction ; Different denominator.
44
1 + + = +
2 +
3 +
4 +
5 +
6 +
7 +
2.10 Subtract of fraction : Similar denominator
Ex
1
– = 0
Ex3 – = =
Ex
2

1 – 8 –
2 – 9 –
3 – 10 –
4 – 11 –
5 – 12 –
6 – 13 –
7 – 14 –
2.11 Subtract of fraction ; different denominator ( one of them can be
multiply)
Ex – – = –
45
1 –
2 –
3 –
4 –
5 –
6 –
7 –
2.12 Recognise fractions as equal shares of a whole set with
denominator up to 10
d of
group
Total
of
group
Fraction
The total of
equal part
Ex
1 2 = = , E = 2
1
3
4
OOO OOO OOO
5

OOO OOO OOO
OOO OOO OOO
OOO OOO OOO
2.13 fraction as equal shares of whole set : equivalent fraction
method
Ex of 9 balls = , = E = 6 ball
1 of 12 books
46
2 of 20 cups
3 of 30 spoons
4 of 28 tables
5 of 21 chairs
6 of 18 pens
7 of 16 pencils
2.14 Problem solving of fraction ( using equivalent fraction method )
Ex of 30 boys in a school wear
spectacles. Calculate the number
of schools boys wearing
spectacles ?
= , =
A numbers of boys wearing
spectacles
E = 4 × 4
= 16
1. of 40 pupils in a class are
boys. How many boys are there in
the class ?
2. of 42 cars are Kancil
branded. How many Kancil cars
are there ?
3. of 32 pupils go to school by
bus. How many pupils go to school
by bus ?
4. of 30 boys wearing hat.
Calculate the number of boys are
not wearing hat ?

5. of 40 pupils in a class are
boys. How many girls are there in
the class ?
47
6. of 42 cars are Kancil
branded. The balance cars are
Iswara branded. How many Iswara
cars are there ?
7. of 32 pupils to school by bus
and the balance walk to school.
How many pupils are walking to
school ?
8. There are 32 candidates
sitting fo the examination . of
them fail. How many candidates
pass ?
9.. The total number of chairs in
a hall are 45 . of the chairs are
made of plastic and the balance
are made of wood. How many
wood chairs are there ?
PAPER 1 : FRACTION
1 Diagram 1 consists of several
squares of equal size .

DIAGRAM 1
What fraction of the whole
diagram is shaded ?
A B
C D
Which of the following fraction
5.
6
Diagram 2 show a number
line..
DIAGRAM 2
What is the fraction of P ?
A B
C D 1
× = 9
What number must be written
48
P

2.
3.
4.
is not equivalent with ?
A B
C D
Which of the following fraction
is the biggest value ?
A B
C D
Total up + — =
A B
C D
7.
8.
in the box above ?
A 3 B 6
C 18 D 27
Which of the following addition
fraction is equal to 1 ?
A + B +
C + D +
— =
A B
C D
PAPER 2 : FRACTION
1.
1
M
Write in word the fraction below
?

5.
2
M
State in simplest form
=
2.
1
M
Write in numeral 6.
2
M
— =
49
Seven over eight
3.
2
M
Diagram below consists of
several squares of equal size.

What fraction of the whole
diagram is shaded ?
7.
2
M
+ =
4.
1
M
=
What is the suitable number in
the box ?
8.
3
M
of 36 pupils in a class are girls.
The other are boys. How many
boys are there in the class ?
3.0 DECIMAL
3.1 Name and write decimal numbers up to two decimal places.
No
Value in words
Value in
numerals
Ex Zero point three 0.3
1 Eighty point seven
2 One point three
3 Seven point five three
4 Nine point six
5 Four point one seven
6 Ninety eight point four
7 Thirdteen point nine
8 Twenty seven point two nine
50
9 Fourty eight point three four
3.2 Write the name of decimal numbers up to two decimal places
No Value Value in word
Ex 0.4 Zero point four
1 0.6
2 0.8
3 0.92
4 0.35
5 3.7
6 9.1
7 7.33
8 2.05
3.3 Extended notation of any decimal number up to two decimal
i) Fraction form
No Value Extended notation
Ex 7.39 7 + +
1 1.3
2 0.9
3 20. 3
4 3.7
5 64. 1
6 0.19
7 1.73
8 12.17
Decimal form
51

No Value Extended notation
Ex 21.34 20 + 1 + 0.3 + 0.04
1 1.4
2 2.96
3 8. 23
4 5.64
5 70. 95
6 0.56
7 1.53
8 12.08
9 40.8
State the places value and digit value for underline number
No Question Places value Digit value
Ex 2.5 tenth , 0.5
1 3.4
2 2.9
3 5.2
4 6.7
5 7.31
6 9.33
7 3.08
8 1.37
52
Convert fraction to decimals of tenth or hundredth
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E
x
0.1 Ex 0.11
1 8
2 9
3 10
4 11
5 12
6 13
7 14
3.6 Convert decimal numbers to fraction (tenths / hundredth)
Ex
1
0.1 Ex2 0.33
1 0.2 5 0.07
2 0.3 6 0.41
3 0.7 7 0.43
4 0.9 8 0.47
3.7 Complete the count on a number line
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Question : Find the value of P Answer
Ex 11.1 11.9 P 13.5
14.3
Different : 0.8
P = 11.9+ 0.8
= 12.7
53
1
20.7 P 21.9 22.5
23.1
2 31.1 32.1 33.1 P
35.1
3 41.1 41.8 P 43.2
43.9
4 P 51.9 53.9 55.9
57.9
3.8 Complete the count on a sequence number
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Question : Find the value of P Answer
Ex 3.4 , 3.8 , 4.2 , P , 5.0
Different = 3. 8 – 3.4 =
0.4
P = 4.2 + 0.4 = 4.6
1 2.7 , P , 3.9 , 4.5 , 5.1
2 6.5 , 7.2 , P , 8.6 , 9.3
3 P , 1.24 , 2.34 , 3.44 , 4.54
4 5.05 , 5.85 , P , 7.45 , 8.25
5 1.35 , 3.45 , 5.55 , 7.65 , P
3.9 Arranged the following decimal numbers in ascending order
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Ex 1.5 , 1.05 , 1.4 , 1.04 , 4.1 1.04 , 1.05 , 1.4 , 1.5 , 4.1
54
1
2.17 , 2.1 , 2.7 , 2.71 ,
1.27
2 6.24 , 6.4 , 6.2 , 6.42 , 2.46
3 7.18 , 7 , 7.8 , 7.81 , 7.1
4 5.29 , 9.25 , 2.95, 5.92 , 9.52
5 0.45 , 0.5 , 0.54 , 4.5 , 5.4
3.10 ADDITION : DECIMAL NUMBERS
Ex1. 5.5 + 63.7
=
5 . 5
+ 6 3 . 7
6 9 . 2
Ex2. 16.5 + 3.68
=
6 . 5
+ 3 . 6 8
2 0 . 1 8
Ex3. 76 + 5.45

7 6 . 0
+ 5 . 4 5
8 1 . 4 5
1 6.4 + 27.9
=
2. 5.8 + 12.38 = 3. 5 + 23.09
4. 4.7 + 13.8 5. 76.12 + 8.2
=
6. 5.7 + 15 =
55
1 1 1
1
7. 34.15 + 8.58 = 8. 36.3 + 9.87 9. 54 + 3.8
11. 18.27 + 9.74
=
11. 2.5 + 17.92
=
12. 13.01 + 8 =
3.11 Subtraction : Decimal numbers
Ex. 23 ― 6.37
=
3 . 0 0
― 6 . 3 7
1 6 . 6 3
1. 76 ― 23.8 = 2. 16 ― 13.37
=
3 35 ― 21.9 = 4. 26 ― 23.3 = 5. 8 ― 2.38 =
56
1
2 9 1 1
6. 15 ― 12.36
=
7. 23 ― 8.29 = 8. 17 ― 16.9
=
9. 16 ― 15.06 = 10. 50 ― 27.8 = 11. 40 ― 17.83 =
3.111Subtraction : decimal numbers
Ex. 27.02 ― 11.73
=

2 7 . 0 2
― 1 1 . 7 3
1 5 . 6 9
1. 76.5 ― 23.8 = 2. 26.76 ― 24.9
=
3 36.5 ― 27.9
=
4. 16.5 ― 9.7
=
5. 17.56 ― 8.7 =
57
1
6
9
6. 25.3 ― 8.6 = 7. 16.12 ― 8.24
=
8. 25.76 ― 21.58
=
9. 32.09 ― 19.5
=
10. 5.18 ― 3.99
=
11. 22.28 ― 4.44
=
3.112Subtraction : Decimal numbers
Ex. 15.2 ― 11.34
=
1 5 . 2 0
― 1 1 . 3 4
3 . 8 6
1. 36.5 ― 23.88
=
2. 16.1 ― 14.96
=
3 26.1 ― 17.67
=
4. 13.2 ― 9.47
=
5. 17.5 ― 8.87 =
58
1
4 11
6. 25.7 ― 8.36 = 7. 16.2 ― 8.24
=
8. 25.6 ― 21.58
=
9. 35.9 ― 8.07 = 10. 5.8 ― 4.89 = 11. 33.3 ― 22.55
=
3.12 Multiplication : Decimal numbers with whole number 1 digits
Ex 23.45 × 7
=
2 3 . 4 5
× 7
1 6 4 . 1 5
1. 6.4 × 8 = 2. 3.8 × 7 =
3 1.4 × 9 = 4. 6.3 × 7 = 5. 8.9 × 3 =
59
3 3 2
2 3 . 4 5
7
3
5
2
8
2
1
1
4
1
5 1 4 6
1
.
6. 5.68 × 2 = 7. 6.23 × 3 = 8. 7.03 × 4 =
9. 9.17 × 5 = 10. 0.49 × 6 = 11. 7.18 × 7 =
3.13 Multiplication : Decimal numbers with 10,100 and 1000
Ex1. 0.5 × 10
=
Ex2. 1.7 × 100
=
Ex3. 2.4 × 1000
=
1 1.5 × 10 = 2. 0.1 × 100
=
3. 1.1 × 1000
=
4. 2.8 × 10 = 5. 1.3 × 100
=
6. 3.7 × 1000
=
60
2 . 4
1 0 0 0 ×
2 4 0 0 . 0
1 . 7
1 0 0 ×
1 7 0 . 0
. 5
0 ×
0 5 . 0
7. 3.7 × 10 = 8. 2.8 × 100
=
9. 4.8 × 1000
=
10. 4.9 × 10 = 11. 11.3 × 100
=
12. 5.9 × 1000
=
3.14 Multiplication : Decimal numbers with 10,100 and 1000
Ex1 0.15 ×
10 =
Ex2 1.07 × 100
=
Ex3 2.74 × 1000
=
1 1.25 × 10
=
2. 0.81 × 100
=
3. 1.17 × 1000
=
4. 2.18 × 10 = 5. 1.83 × 100
=
6 3.07 × 1000
=
61
2 . 7 4
1 0 0 0 ×
2 7 4 0 . 0 0
1 . 0 7
1 0 0 ×
1 0 7 . 0 0
0. 1 5
1 0 ×
1 . 5 0
7. 3.37 × 10 = 8. 2.38 × 100
=
9. 0.48 × 1000
=
11. 4.49 × 10 = 11. 0.23 × 100
=
12. 5.29 ×
1000 =
3.15 Division of decimal .
Ex. 23.44 ÷ 8
=
2. 9 3
8 2 3. 4 4
-1 6
7 4
- 7 2
2 4
- 2 4
1. 70.56 ÷ 7 = 2. 23.95 ÷ 5 =
3 6.57 ÷ 9
=
4. 76.5 ÷ 6 = 5. 30.98 ÷ 4 =
62
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
6. 5.04 ÷ 2 = 7.. 76.05 ÷ 3 = 8. 43.92 ÷ 6 =
3.16 Division of decimal .
Ex. 0.54 ÷ 6
=
0 . 0 9
6 0 . 5 4
- 0
5
- 0
5 4
- 5 4
1. 0.56 ÷ 7 = 2. 0.35 ÷ 5 =
3 0.54 ÷ 9
=
4. 0.4 ÷ 8 = 5. 0.36 ÷ 6 =
63
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
5. 0.06 ÷ 2 = 6. 0.27 ÷ 3 = 8. 0.32 ÷ 4 =
PAPER 1 : DECIMAL NUMBER
1
2.
3.
4.
76 + 3.56 + 4.8 =
A 8.12 B 9.12
C 83.36 D 84.36
What is the extended rotation
for
3.79 ?
A 3 + +
B 3 + +
C 3 + +
D 3 + +
Diagram 1 shown a number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
What is the difference of digit
value between numeral ‘6’ and
numeral ‘5 ’
A 1 B 4.94
C 5.06 D 494
Diagram 2 shown the four
number cards.
5.
6.
7.
A 32.57 , 23.75 , 35.27 , 35.72
B 23.75 , 32.57 , 35.27 , 37.52
C 37.52 , 35.27 , 32.57 ,23.75
D 32.57 , 35.72 , 23.75 ,37.52
Diagram 3 show a number line.
DIAGRAM 3
What is P × 100 ?
A 2.1 B 21
C 210 D 2100
Which of the following is the
biggest number?
A 7.13 B 1.73
C 3.17 D 7.31
+
A 0.9 B 1.17
C 3.87 D 9.0
64
5.36
3.9
P
4.5
DIAGRAM 2
What is the right ascending
order of that number ?
8
40.08 ÷ 8 =
A 5.1 B 5.01
C 5.001 D 51
PAPER 2 : DECIMAL NUMBER
1.
1
M
Convert into decimal
number ?
5.
2
M
3.05 × 7 =
2.
1
M
Convert 0.7 into fraction ? 6.
1
M
0.4 ÷ 8 =
3.
2
M
Convert 0.2 into simplest
fraction?
7.
1
M
70.7 + 3.78 =
4. 14 — 2.56 = 8. 0.05 × 1000 =
65
32. 57 23.75
35.27 37.52
2
M
2
M
4 MONEY TO RM10 000
4.1 Combinations of notes and coins
No
Value
RM1
00
RM5
0
RM1
0
RM1
50SE
N
20SE
N
10SE
N
5
SEN
Ex RM235.75 2 3 5 1 1 1
1 RM500.60
2 RM598.45
3 RM396.10
4 RM363.40
5 RM753.65
6 RM962.20
7 RM600.45
8 RM255.75
9 RM202.20
10 RM303.35
4.2 Name the value of money up to RM10 000.
No Value in words
Value in
numerals
Ex
Two thousands and forty ringgit and fourty
sen
RM2040.40
1 Seven thousands ringgit and fifty sen
2 One thousand ringgit and thirty sen
3 Eight thousand ringgit and fifty sen
66
4 Nine thousand ringgit and sixty sen
5 Four thousand and seven hundred ringgit
6
Six thousand four hundred ringgit and
seventy sen
7
One thousand nine hundred ringgit and ten
sen
4.3 Write the value of money up to RM10 000
No
Value Value in word
Ex RM1600.70 One thousand six hundred ringgit and seventy sen
1
RM54
00.60
2
RM5
098.00
3 RM3906.10
4 RM3063.00
5 RM7053.00
6 RM9062.00
7 RM6000.45
8 RM2055.75
9 RM2002.20
10 RM3303.00
4.4 Round off the money to the nearest ringgit
No Questions Nearest ringgit
Ex RM8.75 RM9.00
1 RM10.25
2 RM4.55
3 RM6.90
4 RM3.80
5 RM5.70
67
6 RM1.95
7 RM0.65
8 RM12.35
9 RM23.85
4.5 ADDITION : MONEY UP TO RM10 000
Ex. RM135.50 + RM63.75
=
RM 1 3 5 . 5 0
RM 6 3 . 7 5 +
RM 1 9 9 . 2 5
1. RM1987.50 + RM543.75 =
2 RM356.45 + RM27.90 = 3. RM385.85 + RM1712.45 =
4. RM44.75 + RM213.80 = 5. RM576.10 + RM89.95 =
6. RM34.65 + RM4518.50 = 7. RM2336.30 + RM49.80
68
1
8. RM178.25 + RM9.75 = 9. RM892.50 + RM17.90 =
4.6 Subtraction : Money from up to RM10 000
Ex. RM223.00 ― RM86.35
=

RM 2 2 3 . 0 0
RM 8 6 . 3 5
RM 1 3 6 . 6 5
1. RM76.55 ― RM23.80 =
2 RM835.00 ― RM71.90
=
3. RM1326.15 ― RM823.30 =
4. RM4150.70 ― RM123.90
=
5. RM2403.50 ― RM855.75 =
69
1
12
9
11 1
6. RM6616.00 ― RM815.60
=
7. RM5005.20 ― RM667.80 =
4.7 Multiplication : Money with whole number 1 digits
Ex RM423.45 × 7 =
RM 4 2 3 . 4 5
× 7
RM 2 9 6 4 . 1 5
1. RM687.40 × 8 =
2 RM590.70 × 9 = 3. RM806.35 × 6 =
4. RM3665.65 × 2 = 5. RM1933.25 × 3 =
70
3 3 2 1
6. RM1095.15 × 5 =

7. RM1090.75 × 6 =
4.8 DIVISION OF MONEY WITH DIVIDEND NOT MORE THAN RM10 000
Ex. RM2344.40 ÷ 8 =
2 9 3 . 0 5
8 2 3 4 4 . 4 0
-1 6
7 4
- 7 2
2 4
- 2 4
4
- 0
4 0
- 4 0
1. RM7056.70 ÷ 7 =
3 RM1867.50 ÷ 9 = 4. RM7600.50 ÷ 6 =
71
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
6. RM8765.80 ÷ 2 = 7. RM7876.05 ÷ 3 =
4.9 MIXED OPERATION : INVOLVING ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION
Ex. RM40 + 70 sen ― RM23.80
=
RM 4 0 . 0 0 RM 4 0 . 7 0
+ 0. 7 0 — RM 2 3 . 8
0
RM 4 0. 7 0 RM 1 6 . 9 0

1. RM232.80 ― RM212 + 60
sen =
2. RM665.60 + 55 sen ―
RM615.90 =
3. RM800 ― 65 sen +
RM275.80 =
4. RM1007 + 70 sen ―
RM999.90 =
5. RM1452.80 ―RM888. 90
+75 sen =
72
1
3 9
6. RM456.90 — RM390 +
RM2.75 =
7. RM1080 + RM899 —
RM1877.90=
4.14 The tables shows two items bought by Fendi. He paid RM30 . What
is the balance of his money ?
Ex.
Item Unit
price
Quantity
Pen RM13 2
Eraser 30 sen 3
The total price
RM 13 × 2 + RM0.30 × 3 =
RM26.90

Balance of money RM30.00
—RM26.90
RM 3.10
1.
Vageta
ble
Price
per kg
Quantity
Spinach RM2 4 kg
Cabbag
e
RM6.5
0
2 kg

73
2
Juice Price per
box
Quantity
P RM2 7 boxes
Q 80 sen 5 boxes
3.
Wate
r
Price
per
glass
Quantity
Tea RM1.20 8
glasses
Coffe
e
80 sen 4
glasses

4.
Oil Price per
bottles
Quantity
P RM12 2 bottles
Q RM1.50 3 bottles
5.
Fish Price per
kg
Quantity
Kembu
ng
RM5 2 kg
Tongko
l
RM6.50 3 kg

4.15 Problem solving
Ex. Fetty saving 30 sen a day. How much her
saving
after 9 days ?

RM0.30
× 9
RM2.70
1. A total of RM317.60 are given equally to Ani
, Ana , Ali and Azi . How much money Azi had ?
74
2.

Chocolate cake Banana cake
Azlan bought 2 chocolate cakes and 7 banana
cakes.
How much is the total cost of the cakes ?
3.

Radi bought 2 computers . He paid RM7000 .How
much the balance ?
4.
Fruits Price per kilogram
Mangosteen
Guava
RM6
RM5.50
Fared bought 3 kg mangosteens dan 1 kg
guavas.
How much does Fared pay for the items ?

75
RM32.50 RM6.00
1 RM3155.00
5.
Maniam has RM200 . He bought the above toys .
How much his money left ?
6.

The different cost between Hasni and Dol are
7.

1 kg RM1.70
PAPER 1 : MONEY UP TO RM10 000
1
2.
3.
Rounding off RM63.75 to the
nearest ringgit ?
A RM60.00 B 63.00
C RM64.00 D 70.00
700 × 20 sen =
A RM1.40 B RM14.00
C RM140.00 D
RM1400.00
Diagram 1 shown a Dell’s
money.
5.
6.
RM800 — ( RM56.80 +
RM345.65) =
A RM391.45 B RM397.55
C RM402.55 D RM408.55
RM500 shared equally between
Ali , Ben, Chin and Dali. Ali
bought a book with costs
RM19.90. How much is Ali’s
money left ?
76
+ RM118.90 each
¬¬ 5
60 sen RM2
per each
Hasni
¬¬ 1
RM1.40 RM3
Per each
Dol
Linda has RM10. She bought
a watermelon weighting 5
kg . How much her money
left ?
4.
Diagram 1
He is using RM20 and the rest
are given to his two brothers.
Which of the following shown
the money his brother got ?
A RM30.60 and RM30.60
B RM15.30 and RM15.80
C RM18.00 and RM12.60
D RM20.00 and RM30.60
The diagram 2 shows the two
number cards.
DIAGRAM 2
What is the different value
between
two number cards
A RM169.10 B
RM169.90
C RM170.10 D
RM170.90
7.
8.
A RM105.10 B
RM106.90
C RM480.10 D
RM491.90
Which of the following , is
suitable for pupils Years 4 bring
money to school every day.
A 10 sen B RM2.00
C RM20.00 D RM100.00
The costs of one racket is RM79
and a shuttle is RM3.60 . Razi
buys 2 rackets and 10 shuttles.
He pays RM200. How much
more money does Razi have ?
A RM6.00 B RM82.60
C RM117.40 D RM194.00
PAPER 2 : MONEY UP TO RM10 000
1.
1
M
Write in word the number below
?
5.
3
M
Ali’s has RM50. He bought 3
pens. The prices of each pen is
RM15.90. How much money left
?
2. Diagram 1 shows a Riz’s
money
6. Diagram 2 shows the price of
an apple
77
RM50.60
RM1205.90 RM1375.00
RM450.9
0
2
M
What is the total amount ?
3
M
80 sen each
Jeny has RM10 . She bought 10
apples. How much Jeny’s
money left ?
3.
2
M
80 sen + 60 sen + 230 sen =
State the answer in ringgit and
sen
7. The table 1 shows two items
bought by Camelia.
Item Unit
price
Quantity
Book RM9.90 4
Watch RM260.
00
1
TABLE 1
She paid RM300.00. How much
her money left ?
4.
2
M
RM10 — RM2.80 + RM5.55 =
3
M
5 TIME
5.1 Tukarkan waktu di bawah kepada sistem waktu 12 jam
N
o
Question 12 hour system
Ex Half past one in the morning 1.30 a.m.
Ex Two twenty in the evening 2.20 p.m.
1 A quarter to five in the morning
2 Three fifty five in the evening
78
RM50
RM50
RM10
RM5
50
sen
50
sen
20
sen
10
sen
RM1
3 Six ten in the morning
4
Twenty minutes to seven in the
evening
5
A quarter pasted eight in the
morning
6 Nine twenty five at night
7 Five minutes to ten in the morning
5.2 State the time in to 12 hour system.
Ex.
evening

4.25 p.m.
1.
morning
2.
At Night
3
morning
4.
At Night

5.
Morning
5.3 State time into the word
Ex.
Five thirty five in
the
morning

1.

2.
79
12
9
6
3
12
9
6
3
12
9
6
3
12
9
6
3
12
9
6
3
12
9
6
3
5 : 35
a. m
5 : 35
a. m
: 30
p. m
: 30
p. m
9 : 05
a. m
9 : 05
a. m
3

4.

5
5.4 Construct a simple schedule
1. Complete the simple schedule following your own activities : During
school days
Time Activities
6.00 a.m. – 6.30 a.m. Preparing to school
6.30 a.m. - 7.00 a.m. Breakfast
7.00 a.m. - 7.30 a.m. Walking to school
7.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.
1.00 p.m. - 2 .00 p.m.
2.00 p.m. - 5. 00 p.m.
5.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m.
2. Complete the simple schedule following your own activities : During
holidays
Time Activities
6.30 a.m. Wake up
6.35 -
80
7 : 45
p. m
7 : 45
p. m
2 : 55
a. m
2 : 55
a. m
8 : 40
p. m
8 : 40
p. m
5.5 Completed the calendar and find the information from a calendar
below
1.
1. Name what day is on the
18.8.2007
2. Name the last day of the
month ?
3. Name the first days of the
following month ?
2.
1. Name what day is on the
1.1.2007
2. Name the last day of the
month.
3. How many days are there
from 5.1.2007 to 20.1.2007.
3
1. Name what day is on the
30.6.2007
2. Name the last day of the
4.

1. How many days are there
from 9.11.2007 to 23.11.2007.
2. Name the first day of the
following month.
81
AUGUST 2007
S M T W T F S
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27
NOVEMBER 2007
S M T W T F S
1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
JULY 2007
S M T W T F S
3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27
JANUARY 2007
S M T W T F S
4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
month ?
5.6 Convert years to days ( 1 year = 365 days )
Ex 3 year 365 × 3 1095
1 4 year
2 5 year
3 9 year
4 10 year
5 2 year
6 7 year
5.7 Convert years to days ( 1 year = 12 month )
Ex 3 year 3 × 12 36
1 4 year
82
2 5 year
3 9 year
4 10 year
5 2 year
6 7 year
5.8 Convert decades to years ( 1 decade = 10 years )
Ex 2 decades 2 × 10 years 20 years
5.9 Convert days to hours ( 1 days = 24 hours )
Ex 2 days 2 × 24 48 hours
1 3 days
83
2 4 days
3 5 days
4 6 days
5 7 days
6 8 days
5.10 Convert hours to minutes ( 1 hour = 60 minutes )
Ex 2 hours 2 × 60 120 minutes
1 3 hours
2 4 hours
3 5 hours
4 6 hours
5 7 hours
6 8 hours
5.11 Convert hours and minutes to minutes ( 1 hours = 60 minutes )
Ex
2 hours 25
minutes
2 × 60 = 120 + 25 145 minutes
1
3 hours 30
minutes
2
4 hours 35
minutes
84
3
5 hours 40
minutes
4
6 hours 45
minutes
5
7 hours 10
minutes
6
8 hours 50
minutes
5.12 Convert minutes to hours and minutes ( 1 hours = 60 minutes )
Ex. 200 minutes =
3 h
60 2 0 0
1 8 0
2 0 m

Answer : 3 hours 20 minutes

1. 470 minutes =

3. 170 minutes =

4. 280 minutes

5.13 Convertion of time ( involving the fraction of time)
1
= , = 5 years
2
hours
3
hours
4
hours
85
60
120
180
240
300
360
420
480
540
5
years
6
years
7
days
5.14 ADDITION OF TIME
Ex1. 30 mins + 40
mins =

30 minutes
+ 40 minutes
70 minutes
= 1 hours 10
minute
Ex2. 18 mths + 5
mths =

18 month
+ 5 month
month
= 1 years 11 months
Ex3 45 yrs + 17 yrs
=
45 years
+ 17 years
62 years
= 6 decades 2 years
1. 40 mins + 55 mins
=
2. 23 mths + 8 mths
=
3. 22 yrs + 18 yrs =

4. 35 mins + 45
mins =
5. 9 mths + 33 mths
=
6. 27 yrs + 9 yrs =
86
1 1
7. 50 mins + 50 mins
=
8. 11 mths + 27
mths =
9. 40 yrs + 11 yrs =
5.15 SUBTRACTION OF TIME
Ex1. 120 mins —40
mins =

120 minutes
— 40 minutes
80 minutes
= 1 hours 20
minute
Ex2. 18 mths — 5
mths =

18 month
— 5 month
13 month
= 1 years 1months
Ex3. 45 yrs — 17 yrs
=
4 5 years
— 1 7 years
28 years
= 2 decades 8 years
1. 140 mins — 55
mins =
2. 23 mths — 8 mths
=
3. 32 yrs — 18 yrs =

4. 135 mins — 45
mins =
5. 33 mths — 9 mths
=
6. 27 yrs — 9 yrs =
87
1
3
7. 130 mins — 50
mins =
8. 31 mths — 17
mths =
9. 40 yrs — 11 yrs =
5.16 MULTIPLICATION OF TIME
Ex1. 20 mins × 4
=

20 minutes
× 4
80 minutes
= 1 hours 20
minute
Ex2. 18 mths × 5 =

18 month
× 5
90 month
= 7 years 6months
Ex3. 45 yrs × 3 =
15 years
× 3
45 years
= 4 decades 5 years
1. 40 mins × 5 = 2. 12 mths × 8 = 3. 32 yrs × 2 =

4. 85 mins × 6 = 5. 8 mths × 9 = 6. 27 yrs × 3 =
88
4 1
7. 30 mins × 7 = 8. 31 mths × 2 = 9. 12 yrs × 6 =
5.17 DIVISION OF TIME
Ex1. 320 mins ÷ 4
=

8 0 mins
4 3 2 0
- 3 2
0
0
80 mins = 1hours 20
mins
Ex2. 130 mths ÷ 5
=

2 6 mths
5 1 3 0
- 1 0
3 0
3 0
26 mths = 2 yrs 2
mths

Ex3. 87 yrs ÷ 3
=
2 9 yrs
3 8 7
- 6
2 7
2 7

29 yrs = 2 decades
9 yrs
1. 350 mins ÷ 5 = 2. 112 mths ÷ 8 = 3. 32 yrs ÷ 4 =

4. 390 mins ÷ 6 = 5. 117 mths ÷ 9 = 6. 69 yrs ÷ 3 =
89
7. 441 mins ÷ 7 = 8. 54 mths ÷ 2 = 9. 204 yrs ÷ 6 =
TIME : TIME DURATION
Find the time duration between the times of following below.
No Start Acitiviti End activiti Duration
Ex

p.m.

p.m.
Hours Minutes
5 00
- 3 05
1 55
1

p.m.

p.m.
2

a.m.

a.m.
TIME : TIME DURATION
Complete the table following below
No Start Acitiviti Duration End activiti
Ex

4.35 p.m.

Hours Minutes
6 20
- 4 35
1 45
6.20 p.m.
90
+60
4
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
+60
5

1 8.25 a.m. 1 hour 40 minutes
2 2 hours 20 minutes 11.00 a.m.
3 11.40 a.m. 3 hours 10 minutes
4 8.15 p.m. 10.00 p.m.
5 45 minutes 11.15 p.m.
6 9.50 p.m. 2 hours 20 minutes
5.19 Problem solving :
91
1.
a.m.
Riza goes to school as shown in the
clock above. She took 30 minutes to
reach the school. What time did she
arrive at the school ?
Hour minutes
6 50
+ 30
6 80 = 7.20
a.m.
2. Majid went shopping at 3.35
p.m. He reached the shopping
complex hour later. Draw the
clock hands to show the time
Majid arrives at the shopping
complex ?
3.
morning
The above clock shown the time a
bus arrived at the station. The
journey took 50 minutes. What
time did the bus started the journey
?
4.

Starting Arriving
The both clocks above shown the
starting and the arriving time
taken by Zain to walk to school.
How long was the journey ?
PAPER 1 : TIME
1 Which of the following ,is
suitable time frame for pupils
5. 3 decades — 12 months =
92
3
6
9
12
3
6
9
12
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
2.
3.
4.
years 4 ran in 100m ?
A 1 minutes
B 3 minutes
C 10 minutes
D 1 hours
Which of the following time
shown the fastest ?
A 3 hours
B 10 hours
C 13 years
D 160 minutes
hours + 25 minutes =
A 1 hour
B 1 hour 10 minutes
C 1 hour 20 minutes
D 1 hour 30 minutes

40 minutes +30 minutes+35
minutes=
A 1 hours 5 minutes
B 1 hours 45 minutes
C 1 hours 55 minutes
D 2 hours 5 minutes
6.
7
A 9 months
B 15 months
C 18 months
D 22 months
Diagram 1 shown the start and
the end of activities.
a.m. p.m.
DIAGRAM 1
What is the time duration of the
activities ?
A 1 hours 20 minutes
B 1 hours 40 minutes
C 2 hours 40 minutes
D 2 hours 50 minutes
Razak starts drawing at 2.30
p.m. He takes 2 hours and 40
minutes to finish. What is the
time, Razak end his drawing ?
A 4.10 p.m.
B 5.10 p.m.
C 5. 20 p.m.
D 5. 30 p.m.
PAPER 2 : TIME
1. Draw a hour hand and a
minutes hand
“five fourty in the morning ”
5 Diagram 1 shows the
incomplete calendar of July
2007
93
6
3 9
12
6
MAY 2007
S M T W T F S
3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
6
3 9
12
6 6
3 9
12
6
1
M

2.
1
M
Write down the time in word ?
p.m.
2
M
DIAGRAM 1
a) How many days in July 2007
b) What is the first day in July
2007
3.
2
M
State hours into minutes 7 The diagram 2 shows the time
Nizar comes back from school
in the evening.
DIAGRAM 2
4.
2
M
3 dcdes 3 yrs — 2 dcdes 8 yrs
=
3
M
He takes 25 minutes to arrive
to his house. At what time ,
Nizar arrives at home ?
MID YEAR TEST
PAPER 1 ( TOPIC 1 – 5 )
1. Rounding off 54 765 to the
nearest thousand ?
A 50 000 B 54 000
6. Table 1 shows the duration of
four movies
Movies Duration Time
94
6
3 9
12
6
6
3 9
12
6
2.
3
4.
5.
C 55 000 D 60 000
What is the extended notation
for 27 068 ?
A 20 000 + 7000 + 68
B 20 000 + 7070 + 8
C 20 000 + 7 000 + 60 + 8
D 20 000 + 700 + 60 + 8
Diagram 1 shows a number
card.
DIAGRAM 1
What is the digit value of
numeral of ‘7’
A 7 B 70
C 700 D 7 000
3 hours 25 minutes × 4 =
A 12 hours 10 minutes
B 13 hours
C 13 hours 40 minutes
D 14 hours
56 876 + 3 456 + 235 =
A 59 457 B 59 567
C 60 467 D 60 567
7.
8.
9.
Pino 140 minutes
Qino 1 hour 40
minutes
Rino 104 minutes
Sino 1 hour 4
minutes
TABLE 1
Which of the movies , is the
least duration ?
A Pino B Qino
C Rino D Sino
Diagram 2 show a sequence
number.
12 456 , P , 14 456 , 15
456
DIAGRAM 2
Add P with 2 588 ?
A 16 044 B 16 034
C 15 944 D 15 934
33 567 students took a
mathematics test. 4 603
students failed the test.
Calculate the number of
students who passed the test ?
A 28 964 B 29 964
C 37 160 D 38 170
40 000 — 13 374 =
A 26 625 B 26 626
C 33 736 D 37 735
10 Table 2 shows the number of
girls and boys in a town.
Boys Girls
20 875 32 456
TABLE 2
15
.
Diagram 3 shows a number of
sweets in a container.
95
37 098
760
sweets
11
12
13
14
Find the difference between
the number of boys and girls
A 11 581 B 11 681
C 53 221 D 53 331
Which of the following is the
biggest subtraction?
A 34 678 — 8 000
B 32 678 — 7 000
C 30 678 — 6 000
D 28 678 — 5 000
43 298 = 2 345
What is the missing number in
the box ?
A 40 953 B 41 953
C 45 633 D 45 643
605 × 17 =
A 9 285 B 10 285
C 10 355 D 10 455
46 × 28 =
Rounding off the answer to the
nearest hundred ?
A 1 000 B 1 200
C 1 288 D 1 300
16
17
18
19
How many sweets are there in
30 equal size containers ?
A 2 180 B 2 280
C 21 800 D 22 800
31 305 ÷ 15 =
A 287 B 2087
C 2807 D 2870
34 007 ÷ 4 =
What is the remainder ?
A 0 B 1
C 2 D 3
15 250 participants are divided
equally among 5 categories.
How many participants does
each categories get?
A 35 B 305
C 3050 D 3500
A box contains 120 to 150
biscuits. What is the estimation
the contain of biscuits for 12
same size boxes ?
A 1400 B 1600
C 1900 D 2000
20 Table 3 shows the numbers of
people in three towns?
Town Number of
people
P 18 743
Q 21 098
R 10 098
TABLE 3
Find the total number of
25 Diagram 4 consists of several
same size of squares.
DIAGRAM 4
What fraction of the whole
96
21
22
23
24
people in three town ?
A 49 939 B 49 839
C 49 829 D 49 729
50 000 — 8 543 + 764 =
A 42 111 B 42 221
C 49 307 D 59 307
7 989 + 2 087 — 10 000 =
A 66 B 76
C 166 D 176
Amin has 5 987 stamps. Malek
has 587 stamps less than
Amin. How many stamps do
they have altogether ?
A 12 561 B 11 387
C 6 574 D 5 400
Total up + — =
A B
C D
26
27
28
diagram is shaded ?
A B C D
Which of the following fraction
is not equivalent with ?
A B
C D
Which of the following fraction
is the biggest value ?
A B
C D
Which of the following addition
fraction is equal to 1 ?
A + B +
C + D +
29
30
of = 24
What is the missing number in
the box ?
A 3 B 9
C 27 D 64
48 + 3.56 + 2.7 =
A 4.21 B 4.31
C 53.26 D 54.26
What is extended notation for
33
34
40.08 ÷ 8 =
A 51 B 5.1
C 5.01 D 5.001
Diagram 6 shows a number
line.
DIAGRAM 6
What is the product P times
97
4.0 2.8 P
31
32.
2.07?
A 2 + B 2 +
C 7 + D 7 +

Diagram 5 shows four number
cards?
DIAGRAM 5
What is the right descending
order for that number ?
A 0.48 ,0.84 , 4.08 , 4.8
B 4.8 , 4.08 , 0.84 , 0.48
C 0.84 , 0.48 , 4.8 , 4.08
D 4.08 , 4.8 , 0.48 , 0.84
35
36
.
37
100 ?
A 7.6 B 76
C 760 D 7600
+ =
A 0.2 B 0.317
C 0.47 D 2.0
Which of the following is the
biggest number ?
A 2.09 B 2.9
C 0.29 D 0.92
700 × 30 sen =
A RM2.10 B RM21.00
C RM210.00 D RM2100.00

38 Table 4 shows the amount of
money saved by three boys.
Name Amount of money
Kim RM1900.00
Lim RM2148.80
Min
TABLE 4
The amount of money saved
by Min is RM850 less than the
total money saved by Kim and
Lim. What is the amount of
money saved by Min ?
A RM 3198.80
B RM 3298.80
40 Diagram 7 shows the starter
and the end of activities at
school.
a.m. p.m.
DIAGRAM 7
How long was the activities ?
A 2 hours 35 minutes
B 2 hours 55 minutes
C 3 hours 35 minutes
98
6
3 9
12
6 6
3 9
12
6
4.0
8
4.8
0.4
8
0.8
4
39.
C RM 4898.80
D RM 4998.80
Table 5 shows the items
bought by Tina.
Item Unit
price
Quantity
Pen RM39.9
0
1
Fan RM108 2
TABLE 5
Tina paid RM300. How much
money left ?
A RM44.10
B RM44.90
C RM45.10
D RM45.90
D 3 hours 55 minutes
MID YEAR TEST : PAPER 2
1
1M
Write thirty thousand seven
hundred and four in numerals.
5
1
M
Write the time shown on the
clock face according to the 12
hour system
Evening
2 7 654 + 23 987 = 6 What fraction of the whole
diagram is shaded ?
99
6
3 9
12
6
1M 2
M
3
1M
705 × 12 = 7
2
M
34.5 + 2.65 =
4
1M
Write as a decimal . 8
2
M
— =
9
2M
1456 — 654 + 423 = 13
2
M
There are 2400 books. Gani
arranges them onto 8 shelves
equally. How many books does
he put on each shelf?
10
2M
Convert hours into minutes ? 14
2
M
A library has 25 380 books. 12
950 of the books are story
books. How many books are not
story books ?
100
11
2M
RM12 — RM6.70 + 95 sen
=
15
2
M
There are 26 876 chickens in a
farm. There are 8 500 ducks
more than chicken. How many
ducks are there in the farm ?
12
2M
State one equivalent fraction
for =
b) Simplify the fraction

=
16
2
M
Chan needs 287 beads to make
a necklace. How many beads
does she need to make similar
14 nekclaces ?
17
3M
Table 1 shows the items
bought by Mrs Poo.
Item Unit prize Quantity
Racke
t
RM159 2
Shoes RM49.90 1
TABLE 1
How much did she pay
altogether ?
19
3
M
Razif delivers 54 eggs to shop
Q. He found of the eggs were
broken. How many unbroken
eggs does shop Q get ?
101
18
3M
A fruit seller bought 2300 red
apples and 980 green apples.
He sold 773 of them. How
many apples left ?
20
3
M
Diagram 1 shows Ani’s dinner
time.
DIAGRAM 1
Ani starts her Mathematics
homework hours later. At what
time does she start her
homework ?
6 LENGTH
6.1 Reading a length of line : State the answer in cm and mm .
Ex.
9.6 cm
= 96 mm
1.
2.
102
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
6
3 9
12
6
3.
4.
5
6
6.2 Estimate the length of line and measure ,in cm , a line using a
ruler

No Question
Estimate
Measure
Ex

8 cm
8.6 cm
1
2
3
103
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
6.3 Convert length of m to cm and vice versa
Bil Questio
n
o
Ex 0. 1 m
0.1 × 100 = 10
cm
Ex 50 cm
50 ÷100 =
0.5m
1 1.15 m 1 80 cm
2 1.2 m 2 55 cm
3 1.25 m 3 60 cm
4
1.35
m
4 700 cm
5 2.45 m 5 960 cm
6 0.5 m 6 1 820 cm
104
7 2.55 m 7 1 080 cm
8 2.6 m 8 1 390 cm
6.4 Convert length of cm to mm and vice versa
N
o
Questio
n
o
Ex 0. 1 cm
0.1 × 10 = 1
mm
Ex 5 mm
5 ÷ 10 = 0.5
cm
1 1.5 cm 1 8 mm
2 1.2 cm 2 9 mm
3 1.6 cm 3 7 mm
4 1.3 cm 4 70 mm
5 2.4 cm 5 96 mm
6 0.5 cm 6 82 mm
7 2.5 cm 7 28 mm
8 2.6 cm 8 39 mm
6.5 Convert length of mixed unit to unit cm or m
N
o
Question Answer in cm Answer in m.
Ex 1m 1 cm
1 × 100 + 1 = 101
cm
101 ÷ 100 = 1.01 m
1 2m 5 cm
2 3m 2 cm
3 4m 7 cm
4 5m 37 cm
5 6m 1 cm
6 7m 4 cm
105
7 8m 82 cm
6.6 Convert length of cm and mm to mm , cm and mm to cm .
N
o
Question Answer in mm Answer in cm
Ex 1cm 5 mm
1 × 10 + 5 = 15
mm
15 ÷ 10 =1.5 cm
1 2cm 8 mm
2 3cm 9mm
3 4cm 4 mm
4 5cm 2mm
5 6cm 4 mm
6 7cm 5 mm
7 8cm 6 mm
8 9cm 7 mm
9 10cm 8 mm
1
0
11cm 9 mm
6.7 ADDITION OF LENGTH ( 1m = 100 cm)
Ex1 3m 50cm + 2m
90 cm =
3 m 50 cm
+ 2 m 90 cm
6 m 40 cm
= 640 cm
= 6.4 m
Ex2 950cm + 60
cm =
950 cm
+ 60 cm
1 010 cm =
10.1 m
Ex3 1.57m + 3.8
m =
1 . 5 7 m
+ 3 . 8 m
5. 3 7 m =
537cm
106
1 1
1
1. 2m 75 cm + 1 m
60cm =
2. 350 cm +
1700cm =
4. 0.8 m + 3.49
m =
4. 1m 80 cm + 2m 30
cm =
5. 850 cm + 370
cm =
6. 5.16 m + 0.9 m
=
7. 4m 45cm + 2m
70cm =
8. 2380 cm +
680cm =
9. 4.6 m + 12.76
m =
6.8 ADDITION OF LENGTH ( 1 cm = 10 mm)
Ex1. 1cm 5mm+ 3cm
9 mm =

1 cm 5 mm
+ 3 cm 9 mm
5 cm 4 mm
= 54 mm
= 5.4 cm
Ex2 85mm + 46
mm =
8 5 mm
+ 4 6 mm
1 3 1 mm =
13.1 cm
Ex3. 1.9 cm + 0.8
cm =
1 . 9 cm
+ 0 . 8 cm
2 . 7 cm = 27
mm
107
1
1 1
1. 3cm 9mm + 2cm
6mm =
2. 50 mm + 67
mm =
3. 4.4cm + 0.7cm
=
4. 3cm 7 mm + 1cm 5
mm =
5. 70 mm + 80
mm =
6. 2.3 cm +
6.8cm =
7. 2cm 3mm + 4cm
8mm =
8. 88 mm + 55
mm =
9. 1.2cm + 2.9
cm =
6.9 SUBTRACTION OF LENGTH ( cm 1 m ) ( 1 m = 100 cm)

Ex1. 3m 15cm — 1m
44 cm =
3 m 1 5 cm
— 1 m 4 4 cm
1 m 7 1 cm
= 171 cm
= 1.71 m
Ex2. 430 cm — 170
cm =
4 3 0 cm
— 1 7 0 cm
2 6 0 cm = 2.6
m
Ex3. 2.56m —
0.98m =

2 . 5 6 m
— 0 . 9 8 m
1 . 5 8 m =
158 cm
108
2
1 1
3
1
1 14
1. 4m 75 cm — 1 m
30cm =
2. 250 cm — 178
cm =
3. 2.25 m — 1.7 m
=
4. 3m 40 cm — 2m
70cm =
5. 220 cm — 160
cm =
6. 1.4 m — 0.85 m
=
7. 5m 48 cm — 3m 50
cm =
8. 660 cm — 570cm
=
9. 3.65m — 1.8m
=
6.10 SUBTRACTION : ( cm 1 mm) ( 1cm = 10 mm)
Ex1. 5cm 5mm —1cm 7
mm =

5 cm 5 mm
— 1 cm 7 mm
3 cm 8 mm
= 38 mm
= 3.8 cm
Ex2. 60 cm — 36
mm =
6 0 mm
— 3 6 mm
2 4 mm = 2.4
cm
Ex3. 7.7 cm —3.8
cm =

7 . 7 cm
—3 . 8 cm
3 . 9 cm = 39
mm
109
4
1 1
5
6
1
1. 5 cm 7 mm — 1cm
9mm =
2. 35 mm — 18mm
=
3. 8.5cm — 4.7cm
=
4. 7cm 4 mm — 2cm
9mm =
5. 72 mm — 16
mm =
6. 7.4 cm — 4.8 cm
=
7. 5cm 2mm — 3cm 5
mm =
8. 66 ml — 37 mm = 9. 3.4 cm — 1.9
cm =
6.11 MULTIPLICATION OF LENGTH ( cm 1 m ) ( 1m = 100cm)
Ex1. 3 m 36 cm ×
4 =

3m 3 6 cm
× 4
13m 4 4 cm
= 1 344 cm
= 13. 44 m
Ex2. 645 cm × 7
=
6 4 5 cm
× 7
4 5 1 5 cm= 45.15
m
Ex3. 3.75 m × 4
=
3 . 7 5 m
× 4
1 5 . 0 0 m = 1500
cm
110
2 1
3 3 2 3
1. 1 m 87cm × 2
=
2. 577 cm × 5
=
3. 1.92 m × 2 =
4. 3 m 45 cm × 3
=
5. 423 cm × 7
=
6. 0.57 m × 7 =
7. 3 m 62 cm ×
9 =
8. 352 cm × 9
=
9. 5.54 cm × 3 =
6.12 MULTIPLICATION OF LENGTH ( cm 1 mm ) ( 1 cm = 10 mm)
Ex1. 2cm 2 mm
× 6 =

2 cm 2 mm
× 6
13 cm 2 mm
= 132 mm
= 13.2 cm
Ex2. 66 mm ×
3 =
6 6 mm
× 3
1 9 8 mm =
19.8 cm
Ex3. 2.7 cm × 4
=
2 . 7 cm
× 4
1 0 . 8 cm = 108 mm
111
1 2 1
1. 1cm 7 mm × 2
=
2. 77 mm × 5
=
3. 1.6cm × 4 =
4. 3 cm 7 mm ×
3 =
5. 23 mm × 6 = 6. 0.5 cm × 8 =
7. 3cm 60 mm ×
9 =
8. 52 mm × 7 = 9. 3.5 cm × 3 =
6.13 DIVISION OF LENGTH ( m 1 cm ) ( 1m = 100 cm)
Ex1. 3m 30 cm ÷
2 =
1m 6 5 cm = 165
cm
2 3m 3 0 cm
-2
1 3
- 1 2
1 0
- 1 0
Ex2. 450 cm ÷ 3
=
1 5 0 cm = 1.5
m
3 4 5 0 cm
-3
1 5
- 1 5
0
- 0
Ex3. 2. 32 m ÷
4 =
0. 5 8 m = 58
cm
4 2 . 3 2 m
- 2 0
3 2
- 3 2

112
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36

1. 2m 20 cm ÷ 4
=
2. 535 cm ÷ 5
=
3. 23.4 m ÷ 6
=
4. 1m 76 cm ÷ 8
=
5. 833 cm ÷ 7 = 6. 43.2 m ÷ 9 =
6.14 DIVISION OF LENGTH m 1 cm ( 1 m = 100 cm )
113
Ex1 1m 70 cm ÷
10 =
1m 70 cm = 1 7 0
cm
1 0
Answer : 17 cm =
0.17m
Ex2 26000 cm ÷
1000 =
2 6 0 0 0 cm
1 0 0 0
Answer : 26 cm=
0.26 m
Ex3 21.7 m ÷ 100
=
21.7 m = 2 1 7 0
cm
1 0 0
Answer : 21.7 cm
1 2m 90 cm ÷
10 =
2. 42 000 cm ÷
1000 =
3. 23.6m ÷ 100
=
4. 3m 60 cm ÷
100 =
5. 9700 cm ÷ 100
=
6. 34m ÷ 1000 =
7. 9 m 40 cm ÷
1000 =
8. 18000 cm ÷
1000 =
9. 85 m ÷1000 =
6.15 DIVISION OF LENGTH : cm 1 mm ( 1 cm = 10 mm)
114
Ex1. 3cm 8 mm ÷ 2
=
1cm 9 mm = 19
mm
2 3cm 8 mm
-2
1 8
- 1 8

Ex2. 75 mm ÷ 3
=
2 5 mm = 2.5
cm
3 7 5 mm
-6
1 5
- 1 5

-
Ex3. 3.6 cm ÷
4 =
0. 9 cm = 9
mm
4 3 . 6 cm
- 0
3 6
- 3 6

1. 20 cm 4 mm ÷
4 =
2. 355 mm ÷ 5
=
3. 23.4 cm ÷ 6
=
4. 10 cm 4 mm ÷
8 =
5. 833 mm ÷ 7
=
6. 43.2 cm ÷ 9
=
6.16 DIVISION OF LENGTH : cm 1 mm ( 1 cm = 10 mm )
115
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
Ex1. 19 cm 0 mm ÷
10 =
19 cm 0 mm = 1 9
0 mm
1 0
Answer : 19 mm =
1.9 cm
Ex2. 2600 mm ÷
100 =
2 6 0 0 mm
1 0 0
Answer : 26 mm=2.6
cm
Ex3. 800 cm ÷
1000 =
800 cm = 8 0 0 0
mm
1 0 0 0
Answer : 8 mm
1 12cm 0 mm ÷
10 =
2. 42 000 mm ÷
1000 =
3. 230 cm ÷ 10 =
4. 330cm 0 mm ÷
100 =
5. 9700 mm ÷ 100
=
6. 340 cm ÷ 100
=
7. 650 cm 0 mm ÷
100 =
8. 18000 mm ÷
1000 =
9. 7000 cm ÷1000
=
6.17 Problem solving : Measure involving ruler
116
Ex.
The plank shown in above diagram been cut into 3 part with equal
length. What is the length, in mm , of each plank ?
i) Reading a scales and convert unit = 9.6 cm = 96 mm
ii) Operation = equally to 3 part = ÷ 3
iii) Solving = 96mm ÷ 3 = 32 mm

1.
The string in the above diagram been cut into 2 parts. First part is 5.6
cm long. Calculate the length , in mm , of the second part.
2.
What is the total lengh, in mm , of 6 similar stick as shown in the
above diagram?
3.
Andi add another 3.6 cm to the length of the above line. What is total
length , in mm, of the line now ?
6.17 Problem solving of length.
117
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
0
cm
Ex.
1.7m
0.75m
The Different length, in cm, of the
above ropes is
Operation : difference = —
Solving : 1.70 m
- 0.75 m
0.95 m
iii) Convert unit 0.95 m =
95 cm
1.
Rudy box

What is the total height,in cm, when
Rudy stand on the box shown in the
figure
above ?
2.
12.6 m
What is the total length , in cm, of
3 similar hoses ?
3. A plank 8.34 m long been sut
into 6 similar parts. Find out the
length,in cm, of each part ?
4. A rope is 8m long. Amy cuts
3.6m from it . What is the balance
length, in cm , of the rope left ?
5. A sugarcane is 3.5m long .
Mother cuts into two parts. First part
is 0.80m long. Calculate the length ,
in cm, of the second part ?
PAPER 1 : LENGTH
1 Rounding off 65.6 cm to the
nearest centimetre?
A 60 B 65
7. Table 1 shows how long the
ribbon used to pack two
difference boxes ?
118
1.8 m M 0.45 m
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
C 66 D 70
1 m 5 cm =
A 15m B 1.5 m
C 1.05 m D 1.005 m

Azri , pupils years 5 from SK
Sena. He is standing beside a
coconut tree. The coconut tree
is higher than Azri. Which of the
following height is suitable for
coconut tree ?
A 15cm B 1.1 m
C 3m D 120 mm

3m 80 cm + 2 m 40 cm =
A 5.12 m B 5.12 m
C 6.12 m D 6.2 m
m + 270 cm =
A 282 cm B 305 cm
C 320 cm D 770 cm
Which of following convertion
below is true ?
A 1.2 m = 1200 cm
B 1m 20 cm = 1.02 m
C 120 cm = 1.2 mm
D 1 cm 2 mm = 12 mm
8.
9.
Box Length
of
ribbon
A
number
of box
P 120 cm 3
Q 80 cm 2
How long , in m , ribbon used to
pack all the boxes ?
A 4.2
B 5.2
C 42
D 52
The length of each part of the
cane is 80 cm to 90 cm. What is
the estimate length in m , 12
part of
canes?
A 8
B 9
C 10
D 11
Ali has 20m ropes. He cuts into
three part. First part is 5.2 m .
Which of the following length ,
in m , suitable for second and
third part ?
A 10 m and 4.2 m
B 6 m and 10 .8 m
C 14.8 m and 14.8 m
D 9m and 5.8 m
PAPER 2 : LENGTH
1. Convert 1.02 m into cm ? 5. Siti have 24 m rope. She cuts
equally into 8 parts. How long,
in cm , each part ?
119
2
M
3
M
2.
2
M
104 cm × 5 =
Convert the answer into m ?
6.
3
M
Ahmad has 5.2 m wire. He cuts
into two parts. The length of
first part is 2.7 m. What is the
length , in cm, of the second
part ?
3.
1
M
Diagram 1 shows the length of a
strait chalk.
How long , in cm , of chalk ?
7.
3
M
Minah is 1.54m tall. Rina is
0.20 m shorter than Minah.
What is Rina height in cm ?
4.
2
M
8 cm 7 mm — 5 cm 8 mm =
State the answer into mm ?
8.
3
M
Diagram below shows the
length of two string .
6.8 m 10.3 m

What is the different length, in
cm, between the two string ?
7 MASS
7.1 Reading masses using in unit of kilogram.
120
1 2 3 4
cm
Ex.
1.3 kg = 1300
g
1. 2.
3 4. 5.
6. 7. 8.
Reading masses using in unit of gram and convert to kilogram
121
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4 kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
Ex.
150 g = 0.15
kg
1. 2.
3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8.
Estimated the mass of a box.
Ex 1 2
122
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0 0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0 0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
Estimate : 1.04 kg
3 4 5
6 8 9
7.3.1 Estimated the mass of a durian.
Ex 1 2
123
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0 0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
Estimate = 860 g
3 4 5
6 7 8
7.4 Convert unit of mass from kilogram to gram and vice versa.
( 1 kg = 1000 g )
N
o
N
o
Ex 0. 1 kg 0.1 × 1000 = 100g Ex 800g
800 ÷ 1000 = 0.8
kg
1 1.15 kg 1 950g
124
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
500
750
250
0
g
2 2.8 kg 2 2 350g
3 3.2 kg 3 5 060g
4 4.7 kg 4 330 g
5 5.3 kg 5 470 g
7.5 Convert unit of mass from kilograms and grams to grams/kilograms
( 1 kg = 1000g)
N
o
Question Answer to gram Answer to kilogram
Ex 1 kg 10 g 1000 + 10 = 1010 g 1010 ÷ 1000 = 1.01
1 1kg 150 g
2 2kg 200g
3 3kg 250 g
4 4kg 950 g
7.6 ADDITION OF MASS ( 1 kg = 1000 g)
Ex1. 4kg 350g + 2kg
810 g =
4 kg 350 g
+ 2 kg 810 g
7 kg 160 g
= 7160 g
= 7.16 kg
Ex2. 2 850g + 930
g =
2 850 g
+ 930 g
3 780 g = 3.78
kg
Ex3 1.76 kg + 3.5
kg =
1 . 7 6 kg
+ 3 . 5 kg
5. 2 6 kg =
5260 g
125
1 1
1
1. 2kg 850g + 1 kg
560g =
2. 450 g + 1800 g
=
3. 0.76 kg +
3.59kg =
4. 3kg 700 g + 1 kg
630 g =
5. 1550 g + 870 g
=
6. 5.36 kg + 0.8
kg =
7. 4kg 350g + 3kg
730g =
8. 980g + 2680g = 9. 4.7 kg + 2.66
kg =
7.7 SUBTRACTION OF MASS ( 1 kg = 1000g )
Ex1. 3kg 150g — 1kg
440 g =
3 kg 1 5 0 g
— 1 kg 4 4 0 g
1 kg 7 1 0 g
= 1710 g
= 1.71 kg
Ex2. 4 330 g — 1 760
g=

4 3 3 0 g
— 1 7 6 0 g
2 5 7 0 g = 2.57
kg
Ex3. 1.76kg — 0.88
kg =

1 . 7 5 kg
— 0 . 8 8 kg
0 . 8 7 kg = 870 g
126
2
1 1
2 3 1
1
6
0
1
1. 2kg 750 g — 1 kg
930g =
2. 3 250 g — 1 780g
=
3. 2.25kg — 1.7kg
=
4. 3kg 400 g — 2kg
970g =
5. 2 200 g — 1 600g
=
6. 1.4kg — 0.85kg
=
7. 5kg 480g — 3kg
500 g =
8. 1 660 g — 870g = 9. 3.65kg — 1.8 kg
=
7.7.1 SUBTRACTION : SIMPLE WEIGHING SCALES
N
o
Question : Find P in g and kg Answer
E
x
P + 870 g = 1250 g
P = 1 2 5 0 g
— 8 7 0 g
3 8 0 g = 0.38
kg
1
127
1250g 870g
P
1140g 690g
P
2
N
o
Question : The simple weighing scale
is not balancing. What is the mass of
P added to the simple weighing
scale become balancing.
E
x
P + 770 g = 1350 g
P = 1 3 5 0 g
— 7 7 0 g
5 8 0 g = 0.58
kg
1
2
7.8 MULTIPLICATION OF MASS ( 1 kg = 1000 g )
Ex1. 1 kg 450 g × 3
=
1 kg 4 5 0 g
× 3
4 kg 3 5 0 g
= 4350 g
= 4.35 kg
Ex2. 450 g × 6 =
4 5 0 g
× 6
2 7 0 0 g = 2.7 kg
Ex3. 4.56 kg × 4
=
4 .5 6 kg
× 4
1 8 .2 4 kg = 18
240 g
128
1 1
3 2 2
1020g 450g
P
1350g
770g
P
1130g
880g
P
1660g
950g
P
1. 2kg 740 g × 5
=
2. 660 g × 6 = 3. 1.36 kg × 8 =
4. 2kg 570 g × 3
=
5. 720 g × 4 = 6. 0.08 kg × 7 =
7. 4kg 860g × 2
=
8. 880 g × 9 = 9. 4.7kg × 6 =
7.9 DIVISION OF MASS ( 1 kg = 1000g )
Ex1. 3kg 350 g ÷
2 =
1kg 6 7 5 g =
1675g
2 3kg 3 5 0 g
-2
1 3
- 1 2
1 5
- 1 4
Ex2. 2430 g ÷ 3
=
8 1 0 g =
0.81kg
3 2 4 3 0 g
-2 4
3
- 3
0
- 0
Ex3. 2.25 kg ÷
4 =
0. 5 7 0 kg =
570g
4 2 . 2 8 0 kg
- 2 0
2 8
- 2 8
0
- 0
129
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
1 0
- 1 0

1. 2kg 240 g ÷ 4
=
2. 5350 g ÷ 5
=
3. 23.4 kg ÷ 6
=
4. 1kg 760 g ÷ 8
=
5. 8330 g ÷ 7 = 6. 43.2kg ÷ 9 =
7.10 DIVISION OF MASS ( 1 kg = 1000g )
130
Ex1. 1kg 700 g ÷
10 =
1kg 700 g = 1 7 0 0
g
1 0
Answer : 170 g
Ex2. 26 000 g ÷
1000 =
26 0 0 0 g
1 0 0 0
Answer : 26 g
Ex3. 1.7 kg ÷ 100
=
1.7 kg = 1 7 0 0 g
1 0 0
Answer : 17 g
1 2kg 170 g ÷
10 =
2. 42 000 g ÷ 1000
=
3. 23.6kg ÷ 100
=
4. 3kg 600 g ÷
100 =
5. 18 900 g ÷ 100
=
6. 13.4 kg ÷ 1000
=
7. 7kg 400 g ÷
100 =
8. 18 300 g ÷ 100
=
9. 8.50kg ÷1000
=
7.11 Problem solving involving mass.
131
Ex
What is the total mass, in kg, of the
two boxes ?
Operation : Total = +
Solving 1.20 kg
+ 0.87 kg
2.02 kg
Convert unit 2.02 kg = 2020 g
1. A chair mass is 1.4 kg. What is
the mass , in g, of 6 similar chairs ?
2
Find the difference mass, in g,
between the two cakes shown
above ?
3. A mass of a cake is 2.4 kg. It
cut into 8 pieces with the same
mass. What is the mass,in g, of each
piece of cake ?
4.
Sister took 0.55 kg from the cake
shown above . How much mass left
in g ?
5. Deli bought 1.4 kg prawn and
Farah bought 0.78 kg prawn too.
What is the total mass, in g, of the
prawn they bought?
132
1.2 kg 0.87kg
1.6 kg 0.75 kg
1.3 kg
6.
Take away an orange from the
scale. The mass of the scale
become 0.8 kg. How much is the
mass, in g, of an orange ?
7
The plank shown in the diagram
above been cut into 4 parts equally
mass. How much is the mass, in g,
of each part ?
8.
The box mass is 170 g. Calculate
the mass ,in kg, of the ball.
9.
Ali put a piece of biscuit on the cake
, the total mass become 2.1 kg. How
much mass, in g, of the biscuit ?

PAPER 1: MASS
1 Convert 1 kg 60g into kg ? 5. Diagram 2 shows a simple
133
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
500
750
250
0
g
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
2.
3.
4.
A 16 B 1.6
C 1.06 D 1.006
Which of the following mass
suitable for pupils year 4 .
A 10 kg B 35 kg
B 10 g D 35 g
Diagram 1 shows a mass of a
box

Diagram 1
A box cut into three part. A
mass of first part is 1.4 kg.
Which of the following mass ,
suitable for second and third
part.
A 4.5 kg and 4.5 kg
B 3.1 kg and 3.1 kg
C 2.3 kg and 0.8 kg
D 1.8 kg and 1.4 kg
3 kg 780 g + 2 kg 840 g =

A 5.62 kg B 6.62 kg
C 20.2 kg D 21.2 kg
6.
7.
weighing scale .
DIAGRAM 2
Each box has a same mass.
What is the mass , in g , each
box ?
A 13 B 65
C 130 D 650
A mass of an apple is 150 g to
170g. What is the estimate
mass , in kg, 70 apples ?
A 10 B 11
C 13 D 14
A mass of an apple is 275 g. A
mass of an orange is 90g less
than the mass of an apple.
What do the mass, in g,
altogether ?
A 185
B 365
C 460
D 640
PAPER 2 : MASS
1. What is the mass , in kg ,of the
box ?
5. Kim has 1.2 kg flour. She used
0.8 kg to make a cake. What is
the mass, in g, flour had left ?
134
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4
kg
0
1.3 kg
1
M
3
M
2.
2
M
Convert 1.02 kg to gram ? 6.
3
M
Adli has 3.6 kg of sugar . He
puts equally into 9 packet.
What is the mass, in g, each
packet of sugar?
3.
2
M
450g + 980g =
Convert the answer into kg ?
7.
2
M
Rani’s mass is 23.6 kg. Tan’s
mass is 5.6 kg less the Rani’s
mass. What is Tan’s mass in kg
?
4.
3
M
8 kg — 2.3 kg =
State the answer into gram ?
8.
3
M
The diagram below shown a
mass of two boxes ?
What is the different mass, in
kg, between the two boxes ?
8 VOLUME OF LIQUID
8.1 Reading measurement of volume of liquid in litre or mililitres
135
1200
g
970g
Ex
600 ml
1 2
3 4. 5
Ex
1.1 litre
6.

8.2 Estimated of volume of liquid in ml or l
Ex 1 2
136
500ml
500ml
500ml
500ml
500ml
500ml
1 litre
1 litre
1 litre
1 litre
1 litre
1 litre
500
ml
500
ml
500
ml
Estimate = 520 ml
3 4 5
Ex
Estimate = 1.56 l
1 2
3 4 5
8.3 Convertion units
Convert unit of volume from l to ml and vice versa ( 1 l = 1000 ml )
N
o
Questio
n
Ex 0. 1 l
0.1 × 1000 =
100 ml
Ex 500 ml
500 ÷ 1000 =
0.5 l
137
500
ml
500
ml
500
ml
1 litre 1 litre 1 litre
1 litre
1 litre 1 litre
1 1.5 l 1 800 ml
2 2.2 l 2 550 ml
3 1.7 l 3 600 ml
4 3.4 l 4 700 ml
5 4.65 l 5 1960 ml
8.4 Convert unit of volume from litres and mililitres to ml and l
( 1 l = 1000 ml )
N
o
Question m l l
Ex 1 l 10 m l
1 2 l 150 ml
2 3 l 200ml
3 4 l 250 ml
4 5 l 350 ml
8.5 ADDITION OF VOLUME ( 1 l = 1000 ml )
138
Ex1 3l 350ml + 2l 910
ml=
3 l 350 ml
+ 2 l 910 ml
6 l 260 ml
= 6260 ml
= 6.26 l
Ex2 1950ml + 910
ml =

1 950 ml
+ 910 ml
2 860 ml = 2.86 l
Ex3 1.56l + 3.7 l =
1 . 5 6l
+ 3 . 7 l
5. 2 6 l =5260
ml
1. 2l 750ml + 1 l
460ml =
2. 350 ml + 1700
ml =
3. 0.86 l + 3.49 l =
4. 1l 900 ml + 2 l 430
ml =
5. 1550 ml + 2370
ml =
6. 5.16 l + 0.9 l =
7. 1l 450ml + 2l
730ml =
8. 2380 ml +
2680ml =
9. 4.6l + 2.76 l =
8.5 SUBTRACTION OF VOLUME OF LIQUID ( 1 l = 1000 ml )
139
1 1
1
Ex1 2l 150ml — 1l 440
ml =

2 l 150 ml
- 1 l 440 ml
0 l 710 ml =
710 ml
= 0.71 l
Ex2 3350ml —1720
ml =
3 350 ml
- 1 720 ml
1 630 ml = 1.63 l
Ex3 1.72 l —0.88 l
=
1 . 7 2 l
+ 0 . 8 8 l
0 . 8 4 l = 840
ml
1. 2l 750ml — 1 l
930ml =
2. 3 250 ml — 1780
ml =
3. 2.25l — 1.7 l =
4. 3l 400 ml —2 l 970
ml =
5. 2200 ml —1660
ml =
6. 1.4 l — 0.85 l =
7. 5l 480ml — 3l
500ml =
8. 3770 ml —
890ml =
9. 3.65 l — 1.8 l
=
140
1
1 1
2
1
16 0
8.7 MULTIPLICATION VOLUME OF LIQUID ( 1 l = 1000 ml )
Ex1 3l 850 ml × 2
=

3l 850 ml
× 2
7l 700 ml
= 7700 ml
= 7.7 l
Ex2. 550 ml ×
3 =
5 5 0 ml
× 3
1 6 5 0 ml = 1.65
l
Ex3. 1.35 l × 4 =
1 . 3 5 l
× 4
5 . 4 0 l = 5400 ml
1. 1l 350 ml × 4
=
2. 450 ml × 5
=
3. 2.75 l × 2 =
4. 2l 280 ml × 6
=
5. 120 ml × 7 = 6. 0.25 l × 5 =
7. 1l 040 ml × 8
=
8. 260 ml × 9 = 9. 4.05 l × 3 =
141
1 1
1
2 1
8.8 MULTIPLICATION VOLUME OF LIQUID ( 1 l = 1000 ml )
Ex1 1l 150 ml ×
10 =
1l 150 ml
× 10
11l 500 ml
= 11500 ml
= 11.5 l
Ex2. 520 ml × 100
=
520 ml
× 100
52000 ml = 52l
Ex3. 0.07 l × 1000
=
0 . 0 7 l
× 1 0 0 0
7 0 . 0 0 l
= 70 000 ml
1 2l 170 ml ×
10 =
2. 350 ml × 100
=
3. 0.83l × 100 =
4. 3l 440 ml × 10
=
5. 27 ml × 1000
=
6. 0.04 l × 1000
=
142
1
7. 4l 750 ml × 10
=
8. 1 390 ml × 10
=
9. 7.02l × 10 =
8.9 DIVISION VOLUME OF LIQUID ( 1 l = 1000 ml )
Ex1. 3l 350 ml ÷ 2
=
1l 6 7 5 ml =
1675ml
2 3l 3 5 0 ml
-2
1 3
- 1 2
1 5
- 1 4
1 0
- 1 0
Ex 2. 2430 ml ÷ 3
=
8 1 0 ml =
0.81l
3 2 4 3 0 ml
-2 4
3
- 3
0
- 0
Ex3. 2.25 l ÷ 4
=
0. 5 7 0 l=
570ml
4 2.2 8 0 l
- 2 0
2 8
- 2 8
0
- 0

1. 2l 240 ml ÷ 4
=
2. 5350 ml ÷ 5
=
3. 23.4 l ÷ 6 =
143
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
4. 1l 760 ml ÷ 8
=
5. 8330 ml ÷ 7
=
6. 43.2 l ÷ 9 =
8.10 DIVISION VOLUME OF LIQUID
( 1 l = 1000 ml )
Ex1. 1l 700 ml ÷ 10
=
1l 700 ml = 1 7 0 0
ml
1 0
Answer : 170 ml
Ex2. 26 000 ml ÷
1000 =
2 6 0 0 0 ml
1 0 0 0
Answer : 26 ml
Ex3. 1.7 l ÷ 100 =
1.7 l = 1 7 0 0 ml
1 0 0
Answer : 17 ml
1 2l 170 ml ÷
10 =
2. 42 000 ml ÷
1000 =
3. 23.6l ÷ 100 =
144
4. 3l 600 ml ÷
100 =
5. 18 900 ml ÷ 100
=
6. 13 l ÷ 1000 =
7. 7l 400 ml ÷ 100
=
8. 18 300 ml ÷
100 =
9. 85 l ÷1000 =
8.11 Problem solving :
Ex.
The total volume, in kg, of the
containers is
Operation : total +
Solving 1350 ml
+ 850 ml
ml
Convert unit 2200 ml = 2.2 l
1.
The oil shown in the diagram
above , been poured into 5
containers of same size. How much
volume of oil, in ml, in each
container ?
145
8 5 0
m l
P
1 3 5
0 m l
Q
Q
Palm
oil
3 l
2
Take away 0.75 l of water from the
container Q . How much volume , in
ml, of water left ?
3. The diagram shows a volume
of the mango juice holds in a
packet.
Find the total volume, in l, 7 same
packet of mango juice ?
4. A container contains 2500 ml
of water. Then mother pours another
770 ml . What is total volumer , in l ,
of water in the container now ?
5. There was 2.2 l of water in
the container. Chin scooped out
0.99 l of the water. How much
volume ,in ml, of water left in the
container ?
146
2 . 7 l
Q
Mango
Juice
520
ml
6. Muthu pours 3.2 l of water
equally into 4 similar glasses. How
much volume, in ml, of water in each
glass?
7. A bottle containes 600 ml of
mineral water . What is the total
volume , in l, of water in 8 similar
bottles ?
PAPER 1 : VOLUME OF LIQUID
1
2.
3.
Convert 2l 70ml into l ?
A 27 B 2.7
C 2.07 D 2.007
Which of the following mass
suitable for pupils year Four
bring water to school every day
?
A 55 l B 550 l
B 55 ml D 550 ml
Diagram 1 shown a volume of
water in a container

5.
6.
Diagram 2 shows a volume of
water in the two container .
DIAGRAM 2
What is the total volume of
water, in ml , altogether ?
A 42 B 420
C 4200 D 42000
A volume of water in a glass is
250 ml to 270ml . What is the
estimate volume , in l , 8
glasses of water ?
A 1.4 B 2.1
C 2.4 D 3.1
147
1 litre
1.9 l 2.3 l
4.
DIAGRAM 1
Ali pours the water into three
glasses. Which of the following
volume , suitable for all
glasses ?
A 300 ml , 200 ml , 200 ml
B 300 ml , 250 ml , 200 ml
C 300 ml , 300 ml , 200 ml
D 300 ml , 300 ml , 400 ml
2 l 770 ml + 3 l 850 ml =

A 5.62 l B 6.62 l
C 20.2 l D 21.2 l
7.
The volume of water in P is
575 ml. The volume of water in
Q is 190ml less than the
volume of water in P . What is
the total volume , in ml,
altogether ?
A 385
B 765
C 960
D 1340
PAPER 2 : VOLUME OF LIQUID
1.
1
M
What is the volume ,in ml , of
water in the below container.
5.
2
M
2.3 ml × 100 =
Convert the answer into l ?
2.
2
M
Convert 1.3 l into ml ? 6.
3
M
Limah make 800 ml orange
juice. Timah make 270 ml
orange juice less than Limah.
What is the volume , in l ,
Timah make orange juice ?
3. 3.56 l + 0.98 l =
Convert the answer into ml ?
7. Siti make 1.3 l syrup. She
drinks 0.5 l .What does the
volume , in ml, had left ?
148
500
ml
2
M
3
M

4.
1
M
What is the volume , in ml , of
water in the below container.
Rina puts equally into 3 glasses.
What is the volume ,in ml, each
glass.
8.
3
M
A diagram below shows a
volume of water in container P
and Q .
P Q
What is the total volume , in ml
, altogether ?
9.0 SHAPE AND SPACE
9.1 PERIMETER :

A diagram drawn by a few equal squares . Find perimeter, in unit , whole
diagram.
Ex.
Perimeter : 4 + 7 + 4 + 7 = 22
unit
1.

2. 3.

149
7
7
4
4
1.3 l
1.9 l
1 litre
4. 5.
6. 7.
9.1.2 Find the perimeter , in cm ,whole diagram.
Ex.
Perimeter : 7 + 4 + 7 + 4 = 22
cm
1.

2. 3.

150
7 cm
4 cm
7 cm
6 cm
6 cm
2 cm
8 cm
4. 5.
6. 7.
9.1.4 Find the perimeter of rectangle and square following below
No
Length
( cm)
(cm)
Perimeter (cm)
Ex 5 4
5+4+5+4 or
5 +4 = 9 × 2
18
1 6 5
2 3 2
3 6 1
4 7 7
5 7 3
151
9 cm
3 cm
5 cm
4 cm
5 cm
8 cm
9 cm
6 8 4
7 9 9
8 11 1
9 12 2
10 14 3
A diagram drawn by a few equal squares . Calculate the perimeter, in cm,
1. 2.
3. 4.
152
4 cm
6 cm
3 cm 4 cm
5. 6.
9.1.6 Find the perimeter, in cm, whole diagram.
1.
Q is a square.
2.
Q is a square.
153
Q
4 cm
9 cm

Q
8 cm
3 cm
18
cm
8 cm
3
A diagram contain three rectangles
with the same size.
4.
A diagram contain three
rectangles with the same size
5. 6.
9.1.7 Find the perimeter, in cm, shaded region.
1.
Q is a square.
2.
Q is a square.
154
6 cm
2 cm
10
cm
8 cm
3 cm
3 cm
10 cm
12 cm
3 cm
9 cm
4 cm

Q
4 cm
9 cm
Q
13
cm
9 cm
4 cm
2 cm
3 cm
3 cm
3.
Q is a square.
4.
Q is a square.
5.
P and Q is a square.
6.
P and Q is a squares.
AREA
A diagram drawn by a equal square .Find the area , in unit ² , whole
figure.
Ex.
Area = Length × Breadth
Area = 7 × 4 = 28 unit²
1.

155
Q
10
cm
7 cm
3 cm
Q
P
3 cm
3 cm 6 cm
4 cm
7 cm
12
cm
Q
6 cm
14
cm
Q P
2. 3.

4. 5.
6. 7.
9.2.2 Find the area , in cm², whole diagram.
Ex.
Area = Length × breadth
Area = 7 × 4 = 28 cm²

1.

156
7 cm
4 cm
7 cm
5 cm
2. 3.

4. 5.
6. 7.
9.2.3 Find the area of rectangle and square following below
No Length ( cm) Breadth (cm) Area (cm²)
Ex 5 4 5 × 4 20
1 6 5
157
6 cm
4 cm
6 cm
5 cm
4 cm
3 cm
8 cm
5 cm
5 cm
12 cm
2 3 2
3 6 1
4 7 7
5 7 3
6 8 4
7 9 9
8 11 1
9 12 2
10 14 3
9.2.4 Find the area . in cm² , whole figure
1.
Q is a square.
2.
Q is a square.
158
Q 4 cm
9 cm
Q
12
cm
6 cm
2 cm
3 4.
5.
Q is a square
6.
9.2.5 Calculate the area , in cm ², shaded region .
159
10
cm
8 cm
2 cm 2 cm
5

c
m
10
cm
5 cm
2 cm
7 cm
Q
5 cm
3 cm
12
cm
4 cm
7 cm
5 cm
2 cm
1.
Q is a square.
2.
Q is a square.
3.
Q is a square.
4.
Q is a square.
5.
Q is a square with sides 2 cm
6.
P and Q is a squares with sides 2
cm.
9.3 VOLUME OF CUBES AND CUBOID.
9.3.1 Find the volume , in unit ³ , whole figure.
160
Q
5 cm
3 cm
Q
5 cm
7 cm
Q
5 cm
9 cm
3 cm
Q
8 cm
2 cm
Q
8 cm
5 cm
Q
P
6 cm
3 cm
Ex.
Volume = Length × Breadth ×
height
= 2 × 2 × 4
= 16 unit³
1.

2. 3.

4. 5.
6. 7.
9.3.2 Find the volume , in cm³ , whole figure.
161
Ex.

Volume = Length × Breadth ×
Height
= 4 × 4 × 4 = 64
cm³
1.

2. 3.

4.

5.
6. 7.
Find the volume of cubes and cuboid following below
162
4 cm
5 cm
2 cm
2 cm
14 cm
6 cm
3 cm
2 cm
5 cm
7 cm
3 cm
4 cm
8 cm
6 cm
5 cm
10 cm
5 cm 7 cm
8 cm
No
Length
( cm)
(cm)
Height
(cm)
Volume
( cm³ )
Ex 5 4 2 5 × 4 × 2 40
1 6 5 1
2 3 2 3
3 6 1 4
4 7 7 7
5 7 3 2
6 8 4 3
7 9 9 9
8 11 1 3
9 12 2 4
10 14 3 5
11 10 10 10
12 7 5 3
13 8 6 4
14 9 7 2
15 9 8 3
16 10 9 2
How many cubes P can fill in up to the cuboid / cubes Q?
163
Ex.

Volume P = 2 × 2 × 2 = 8 cm³
Volume Q = 7 × 4 × 6 = 168
cm³
Cubes P can fill up the cuboid Q
168 ÷ 8 = 21

1.

2. 3.

4.

5.
PAPER 1 : SHAPE AND SPACE
1 Diagram 1 drawn with a few
squares.
3. Diagram 3 shows a rectangle P
and a square Q.
164
Q
P
2 cm 7 cm
4 cm
6 cm
Q
P
2 cm
6 cm
Q
P
1 cm
15 cm
2 cm
3 cm
Q
P
2 cm
4 cm
6 cm
2 cm

Q
P
3 cm
12 cm
9 cm
6 cm
Q
P
2 cm
4 cm
10 cm
6 cm
12 cm
4 cm
2
DIAGRAM 1
What is the perimeter , in unit,
A 16
B 18
C 20
D 22
Diagram 2 shows a rectangle P
and a square Q .
DIAGRAM 2
What is the perimeter , in cm,
the whole diagram ?
A 20
B 26
C 40
D 48
4.

DIAGRAM 2
What is the area , in cm², of
square Q?
A 8
B 16
C 32
D 64
Diagram 4 shows a cuboid P

DIAGRAM 4
What is the volume , in cm³, of
cuboid P ?
A 60
B 180
C 300
D 720
PAPER 2 : SHAPE AND SPACE
165
Q P
12 cm
4 cm
P Q
P
12 cm
5 cm
1.
2
M
Diagram 1 draws by a few
similar square.
DIAGRAM 1
Calculate the perimeter, in cm,
for the whole diagram ?
3.
3
M
Diagram 3 shows a rectangle
and a square of P with 3 cm
sides inside.

DIAGRAM 3
Calculate thearea , in cm², the
3.
3
M
Diagram 2 draws a few same
size of squares .
DIAGRAM 2
Calculate the perimeter, in
4.
3
M
Diagram 4 shows a rectangle
of P and a square of Q.
DIAGRAM 4
Calculate the area, in cm², the
whole diagram ?
10 DATA HANDLING
10.1 PICTOGRAPH
10.1.1 Draw a pictograph using data given.
166
4 cm
P
10 cm
5 cm
P
Q
14 cm
5 cm
3 cm

Example
Villages The number of
pupils
Sentosa 12
Aman 16
Bahagia 24
Harmoni 36
Using © Represent 4 pupils
12 ÷ 4 = 3© ‘s
16 ÷ 4 = 4© ‘s
24 ÷ 4 = 6© ‘s
36 ÷ 4 = 9© ‘s
© Represent 4 pupils
1
Pupils Marks of
Mathematic
(paper 2)
Rani 40
Megat 35
Jamil 30
Kent 20
Using 1 represent 5 marks
Rani
Megat
Jamil
Kent
1 Represent 5 marks
167
2.
Shoes The number of
user’s
Cata 12
Bover 15
Spork 18
Master 15
Brook 21
Using © Represent 3 users
© Represent 3 users
3.

Pupils The number of
stamps was
collected
Bel 42
Chia 48
Das 30
Eun 12
Using 1 represent 6 stamps
Bala
n
Chia Das Eun
1 Represent 6 stamps
10.1.2 PICTOGRAPH : FIND OUT THE INFORMATION OF PICTOGRAPH
168
1. Pictograph shown a number of pupils in six classes

© represent 8 pupils
a) Which class has a most pupils?

____________________
Which class has a least pupils ?
____________________

Which classes has a same pupils?
_____________________
What is the total pupils in all classes?
____________________
e) The number of girls in all classes is 83 . How many boys in all classes?

_____________________
f) of the total pupils came from X garden and the rest from Y
garden.
How many pupils came from Y garden ?
10.2 BAR GRAPHS
10.2.1 BUILT A VERTICAL BAR GRAPHS
169
Example
Villages The number of
pupils
Pin 12
Ran 16
Kun 24
Mon 36
Jon 20
Scales : 1 square for 4 pupils
12 ÷ 4 = 3 squares
16 ÷ 4 = 4 squares
24 ÷ 4 = 6 squares
36 ÷ 4 = 9 squares
20 ÷ 4 = 5 squares
The number of pupils

Pin Ran Kun Mon Jon
Villages

1
Pupils Marks of
Mathematic
(paper 2)
Wan 40
Sin 35
Lim 30
Mil 20
Using 1 square for 5 marks

10.2.2 BUILT A HORIZONTAL BAR GRAPHS
170
4
8
0
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
Example
Zoo The number of
crocodiles
V 40
W 5
X 20
Y 25
Z 45
Scales : 1 square for 5
crocodiles
40 ÷ 5 = 8 squares
5 ÷ 5 = 1 squares
20 ÷ 5 = 4 squares
25 ÷ 5 = 5 squares
45 ÷ 5 = 9 squares

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
1
Pupils The total of
books was
Dan 42
Tin 36
Kim 48
Jil 24
Yen 54
Using 1 square for 6 marks

10.2.3 READING A VERTICAL BAR GRAPHS
171
Zoo
The Number of crocodile
Z
Y
X
W
V
1. The bar graphs shown the number of pupils from five villages.
The number of pupils

PP QQ RR SS TT
Villages

Which villages has a most pupils ?
__________________________
Which villages has a least pupils ?
___________________________
The number of pupils from Villages PP is equal with

Village _____ + village _____.
What is total amount of pupils in all villages ?
_________________________
The number of girls from all villages is 78. How many boys
from all villages ?
___________________
PAPER 1: DATA HANDLING
172
4
8
0
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
1
2.
Pictograph 1 shows the number
of pupils year four from a few
school.
School
P
School
Q
School
R
School
S
© represent 20 pupils
PICTOGRAPHS 1
There are 184 boys from the total
pupils in four schools. How many
girls are they in four schools ?
A 194 B 196
C 204 D 206
Pictograph 2 shown the number of
cameras were sold in four month
by Azmi.
Mei

June

July

August

 represent 30
cameras
PICTOGRAPHS 2

The number of camera sold in
September is 155 less than the
total of four months before. What
is the number of cameras sold in
September ?
A 265
B 275
C 420
D 575
3.
3
(i)
(ii
)
Bar Chart 1 shows the marks
of four subject by Gina.

BAR CHART 1
The marks of subject Science
is 178 less than the total of
another three subject. What is
the marks of Science ?
A 62
B 68
C 72
D 78
The marks of subject Science
is 9 marks more than
Mathematic. What is the total
marks for all subjects ?
A 89
B 249
C 319
D 329
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BM BI Mat Sc
Subject
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40
60
80
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PAPER 1 FOR END OF YEAR EXAMINATION
1
2.
3.
Rounding off RM43.65 to the
nearest ringgit ?
A RM43.00 B RM43.70
C RM44.00 D RM50.00
Diagram 1 shows a number
card.
Diagram 1
What is digit value for numeral
‘1’
A 10 000 B 1 000
C 100 D 10
Diagram 2 shows the four cards
number.
DIAGRAM 2
What is the right of ascending
order of that number ?
A 3.27 , 3.72 , 3.07 , 3 .7
B 3.7 , 3.07 , 3.27 , 3.72
C 3.72, 3.7 , 3.27 , 3.07
D 3.07 , 3.27 , 3.7 , 3.72
4.
5.
6.
Diagram 3 shows a number
line.
DIAGRAM 3
What is the product P times
1000 ?
A 1 300
B 2 100
C 2 900
D 8 200
Which of the following fraction
is the biggest value?
A B
C D
Which of the following number
is true when the number was
rounding of to nearest hundred
is 65 700?
A 65 790
B 65 654
C 65 645
D 64 794
7 3 kg 50 g = 14 kg + 1.4 kg =
174
83 167
3.27
3.72
3.07
3.7
3.7
P
4.5
8
9
10
11
12
13
A 3.5 kg B 3.05 kg
C 3.005 kg D 5.03 kg
Which of the following times
below is the shortest ?
A 2 minutes B 2 hours
C 2 days D 2 decades
35 900 — 2 398 + 95 =
A 33 307 B 33 597
C 33 698 D 33 793
34 900 — 7 843 =
A 27 043 B 27 057
C 27 143 D 27 156
4 hours 15 minutes ÷ 3 =
A 1 hour 5 mnts B 1 hour 15
mnts
C 1 hour 25 mnts D 1 hour 35
mnts
3.08 l × 4 =
State the answer in ml ?
A 1 232 B 1 272
C 12 320 D 12 720
RM30 — RM2.75 sen + 90
sen =
A RM29.65 B RM29.55
C RM28.25 D RM28.15
15
16
17
18
19
.
State the answer in g ?
A 2 150 B 1 150
C 215 D 115
76.3 + 5.98 =
A 82.28 B 81.28
C 13.61 D 12.51
8 months + decades =
A 13 months B 15 months
C 18 months D 58 months
— 0.54 =
A 0.14 B 0.16
C 0.24 D 0.26
4 086 × 4 =
Give the answer in extended
notation?
A 16 344
B 16 000 + 300 + 44
C 10 000 + 6000 + 300 + 44
D 10 000 + 6 000 + 300 +
40 + 4
15 — 4.27 =
A 11.27 B 10.83
C 10.73 D 10.27
20
.
Table 1 shows the number of
people visited an exhibition in
three days.
23 Razif delivers 63 eggs to shop
Q. He found of the eggs were
broken. How many unbroken
eggs does shop Q got ?
175
21
22
Day Number of
people
Monday 9 647
Thursda
y
2 984
Sunday
TABLE 1
The total number of people who
visited the exhibition is 30 000.
How many visitor did visited an
exhibition in Sunday ?
A 12 631
B 17 369
C 22 631
D 42 631
There are 938 boys and 883
girls in a school. 1200 of them
are Malays and the rest are
Chinese and Indians. What is a
probably number of Chinese
and Indians pupils in the
school?
A 300 and 321
B 400 and 121
C 321 and 321
D 621 and 321
There are 580 to 650 beads in a
bottle. What is the best
estimation the number of beads
in 7 bottles ?
A 4 000
B 4 100
C 4 300
D 4 400
24
25
A 84 B 36
C 27 D 9
Diagram 4 shows the the prize
of two items.
RM39.90 RM8.90
DIAGRAM 4
Shima bought 2 books and 7
scissors . What is the total cost,
Shima had to pay ?
A RM48.80 B RM79.80
C RM132.10 D RM142.10
Table 2 shows the number of
different notes and coins.
RM10 RM5 50
sen
20
sen
4 X 9 4
TABLE 2
The total amount of money is
RM75.30. What is value of X ?
A 45 B 30
C 9 D 6
2
6
Table 3 shows the amount of
money saved by three pupils.
Name Amount of money
saved
Kin RM1876.70
29
.
Diagram 5 shows the age of two
girls.
176

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2
7
2
8
Lin RM888.40
Min RM1247.90
TABLE 3
How much money did they save
in all?
A RM4013.00 B RM4012.00
C RM3913.00 D RM3912.00
Table 4 show an incomplete bill.
Mr Aziz bought the items on the
bill.
Quantit
y
Item Unit
Price
Price
2 unit Racke
t
RM19
9
3 box Shuttl
e
RM40
Total
TABLE 4
How much did Mr Aziz pay
altogether?
A RM518 B RM418
C RM239 D RM139
Mr Lee left Ipoh at 9.35 a.m. He
arrived in Melaka at 3.20 p.m.
How long was the journey ?
A 6 hours 15 minutes
B 6 hours 45 minutes
C 7 hours 15 minutes
D 12 hours 55 minutes
30
31

Minah Susan
13 years 9 years
7 months 8 months
DIAGRAM 5
Calculate their different ages ?
A 2 years 9 months
B 2 years 11 months
C 22 years 5 months
D 23 years 3 months
Maniam is 1.37m tall. He is
standing on the box and
became 1.76m tall. What is the
length, in cm, a box ?
A 0.39 B 0.49
C 39 D 49
Diagram 6 shows a straight line.
X 4.65 m Y
Z
DIAGRAM 6
The length of YZ is 75 cm more
than XY. What is the length , in
m, of XZ ?
A 5.40
B 8.55
C 9.05
D 10.05
3
2
Diagram 7 shows the mass of a
box.
35
.
Which of following rectangle
has the biggest perimeter ?
A B
177
3 cm
2 cm
7 cm
9 cm
6 cm
5 cm
4 cm
6 cm
850 g
760 g
1050 g
3
3
3
4
DIAGRAM 7
What is the mass , in kg , a
box ?
A 256 B 266
C 2560 D 2660
Diagram 8 shows the mass of 3
similar metal balls.
DIAGRAM 8
What is the mass, in g, each
metal ball ?
A 80 B 240
C 800 D 2400
Mrs Yap pours 5.8l of cooking oil
into 4 bottles equally. What is
the volume of cooking oil, in ml,
each bottle ?
A 145 B 1450
C 2320 D 23 200
36
C D
Diagram 9 shows a few similar
rectangles.
DIAGRAM 9
Find its area , in cm², whole
diagram?
A 12
B 16
C 32
D 60
3
7
Diagram 10 shows a cuboid. Bar graph 1 shows the number
of chickens Mr Dol sold on four
days.
178
12 cm
4 cm
6 cm
2 cm
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4 kg
0
Mon
day
Wedn
esday
Frid
ay

0

40
80
12
0
16
0
da
y
N
u
m
b
e
r

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f

c
h
i
c
k
e
n
s

Sund
ay

20
0
3
8
DIAGRAM 10
Finds its volume, in cm³, a
cuboid.
A 16
B 48
C 192
D 576
Pictograph 1 shows the number
of books four boys have ?
Ali
   
Baki
     
Chan
  
Dave
 represents 8 books
PICTOGRAPH 1
Dave has 25 books more than
the total books of his three
other boys.
How many book did Dave
have ?
A 13
B 38
C 104
D 129
39
40
BAR GRAPH 1
He sold 630 chickens in four
days. How many chicken did he
sold on sunday?
A 440
B 360
C 290
D 190
In Sunday ,he sold 180
chickens more than the
chickens sold on Friday. What is
the total chickens , he sold in
four days ?
A 440
B 620
C 800
D 820
PAPER 2 : END OF YEAR EXAMINATION
1. Write in word the number below
?
5. =
What is the missing number in
the box ?
179
80 093

Sund
ay
1
M
1
M
2.
1
M
45 987 + 7 654 = 6.
2
M
4.03 × 6 =
3.
1
M
7 064 ÷ 8 = 7.
2
M
45 600 — 34 567 + 1 929
=
4.
1
M
Change into decimal 8.
2
M
What is the fraction of whole
diagram was shaded ?
9. + = 13 The total cost of 4 similar
cupboards is RM2460. What is
the cost of each cupboard?
180
2
M
2
M
10
.
2
M
RM20 — 60 sen + RM2.85 = 14
2
M
Ali had 790 Malaysia stamps
and 370 Indonesia stamps. He
gave 245 of them to Laily. How
many stamps had he left ?
11
.
2
M
56 mm + 48 mm =
State the answer into cm ?
15
2
M
Calculate the duration times
between the time shown on
two clock faces below.
a.m. p.m.
12
.
2
M
3 decades 7 years × 3 = 16
3
M
of the 40 boys active in scout.
How many boys not active in
scout ?
17 Diagram 1 shows the mass of
the box.
19 Diagram 3 shows a few
equilateral triangle with the
same size.
181
0
1
2 3
4
kg
1
2 3
4 kg
0
6
3 9
12
6 6
3 9
12
6
8 cm
3
M
DIAGRAM 1
The box cuts equally into 2
parts. What is the mass, in g ,
each part ?
3
M
DIAGRAM 3
What is the perimeter, in cm,
whole diagram ?
18
3
M
Diagram 2 shows a rectangle P
and a square Q with sides 3 cm.
DIAGRAM 2
What is the area, in cm², was